Opportunities for Investment and Impact in Health Equity and Justice
Join the Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Management Program (HPM) for a dynamic panel discussion with Columbia Business School alumni who are C-suite executives and founders leading organizations, strategic initiatives, and innovative business models and solutions to address health inequities, alleviate barriers to care for historically underserved communities, and advance health equity and justice. Come and hear about the challenges, opportunities, and lessons learned from efforts towards advancing healthcare equity and justice, and hear how Columbia Business School can define one’s journey in making a real difference in business and healthcare.
- Julia Iyasere, MD/MBA ’08, Senior Vice President for Health Justice and Equity & Executive Director of the Dalio Center for Health Justice at NewYork-Presbyterian
- Akili Hinson, MD, MBA ’12, Founder & CEO, Juno Medical
- Sewit Teckie, MD, MBA ’22, System Chief of Radiation Oncology for NYC Health + Hospitals, Director of Head and Neck Radiation Oncology at NYC Health + Hospitals/Kings County, and Clinical Associate Professor at NYU Grossman School of Medicine
- (Moderator) Morgan Lataillade ’24, MBA/MPH Candidate, Columbia Business School & Columbia Mailman School of Public Health
The CBS Health Equity Series: This event is part of The CBS Health Equity Series, a series of two events this fall at Columbia Business School featuring leaders in health equity and justice. The first event of the series is organized by the Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Management Program (HPM) at Columbia Business School, and supported by the Sanford C. Bernstein and Co. Center for Leadership and Ethics and 100/50: Embracing our Legacy. This event is co-sponsored by the Black Business Student Association (BBSA) as a marketing partner. To view the event series schedule, visit bit.ly/CBSHealthEquitySeries.
Celebrating 100/50: Embracing Our Legacy: This event is also in part a commemoration of Columbia Business School’s 100/50: Embracing Our Legacy, a campaign honoring and commemorating the immense impact and contributions of the School’s Black students, alumni, faculty, staff, and friends over the last century.
Phillips Pathway for Inclusive Leadership (PPIL) (for CBS students): This event is Phillips Pathway for Inclusive Leadership (PPIL) approved. Attending this event will provide PPIL credit, focusing on the essential inclusive leadership skill(s): Addressing Systemic Inequity.
Refreshments will be served at the event.
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