Friday, September 15
Walkable communities are not just made up of good sidewalks and safe crosswalks. Explore how different sectors and industries can inform and influence the physical, mental, and social health of a community.
Bronwen Thornton, Development Director, Walk21
For more information on the individual presentations of this session, click on the links below.
- Nadja Berneche, Healthy Comprehensive Planning Director, Terra Soma, “Walkability and Healthy Food Access: Planning through an Equity Lens”
- Diana Herrera, Program Coordinator, Harlem Health Advocacy Partners; a program from East Harlem Neighborhood Health Action Center, Center for Health Equity, NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. and Sindia Avila, Community Health Worker, Harlem Health Advocacy Partners; a program from East Harlem Neighborhood Health Action Center, Center for Health Equity, NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, “Harlem Health Advocacy Partners Resident-Led Walking Groups for Health!”
- Marti Baum, MD, Loma Linda University Health Community Health Development, Medical Director Outreach to “K”ommunity Kids, Director Department of Pediatrics Social Action Community Health System, FQHC, “SWAP School Walkability Action Project”