Looking Back with Diversity and Inclusion | Health Perspectives from the Frontline

A Look Back: (originally aired on April 24, 2020) Join the Agnes Scott College Office of Diversity and Inclusion to discuss health perspectives from the front line. The second episode in a four-part series.

Agnes Scott College’s Gay Johnson McDougall Center for Global Diversity and Inclusion recently hosted its second of four conversations, under a series titled, “Engaging Social Challenges: The Social and Cultural Implications of COVID 19”.  This series seeks to especially highlight issues of inequities during COVID-19 as they relate to global diversity and inclusion. Thursday afternoon, April 23rd, three alumnae and a professor sat down at their computer screens to discuss healthcare perspectives from the front lines of the pandemic.

Alumnae:
Dinah Conti '98, MD; Pediatrician;  
Keri Norris '02, PhD, JM, MPH, MCHES; Chief of Health Policy and Administration, The Fulton DeKalb Hospital Authority 
Rachel E. Wacks '09, MPH, MA; Epidemiologist, US Department of Veterans Affairs, Bedford, Massachusetts; Volunteer Epidemiologist, Boston Medical Response Corps

Professor (moderator):
Dr. Erin Bradley, Assistant Professor of Public Health at Agnes Scott College