Join us for a Town Hall event examining the impact of the November 2016 elections
Town Halls are meant to engage and inform both the affinity group and the wider Yale community about a wide variety of topics and concerns. For our winter 2017 town hall, we will explore the consequences of the 2016 elections for a range of issues and concerns. Topics we will examine include the outlook for healthcare policy, including the future of the ACA and Medicare; LGBTQ concerns and the law; and for immigration policy, and more broadly the impact of federal policy changes on immigrant communities.
Q&A with panelists and a reception will follow a moderated conversation.
- Howard P. Forman, MD, MBA, Professor of Radiology & Biomedical Imaging; Public Health (Health Policy); Professor of Economics and Management; Director, Health Care Management Program at YSPH; Director, MD/MBA Program at Yale University; Director, Executive MBA Program (Healthcare Focus Area)
- Heba Gowayed, Doctoral Candidate in Sociology, Princeton University
- Silas E. Levine, JD, Hertzmark Crean & Lahey LLP
Co-sponsored by the Asian Network at Yale (ANY), DiversAbility, Future Leaders of Yale (FLY), the Office of Diversity & Inclusion, the Working women’s Network (WWN), the Yale Latino Networking Group (YLNG), and the YSM Dean’s Advisory Council on LGBTQ Affairs.
If you’re thinking of attending, please RSVP here.