Conferences, webinars, trainings & more

APHA 2023 Annual Meeting and Expo

November 12–15, Atlanta, GA

Hosted by The American Public Health Association

We’re excited to join this year's conference in Atlanta and connect with colleagues from across the United States as we work collectively to create a healthier nation. On November 12–15, ChangeLab Solutions staff members will share their expertise on topics that range from advocacy in the current political climate to law in public health education. 

See our schedule below, and come by booth #508 to connect with us!

Acting for Public Health: Public Health Legal Authority During COVID & Beyond (2045)
Sunday 11/12, 2:30–4pm ET

  • Sabrina Adler, vice president of law

Advocacy in the Current Political Climate (3097)
Monday 11/13, 10:30am–12pm ET

  • Sarah de Guia, chief executive officer
  • Iyanrick John, vice president of external affairs

Collaborative for Anti-Racism & Equity Roundtable (4095)
Tuesday 11/14, 10:30am–12pm ET

  • Alexis Etow, managing director

But I Didn’t Go to Law School! Why & How to Include Law in Public Health Education & Workforce Training (5000)
Wednesday 11/15, 8:30–10am ET

  • Alexis Etow, managing director
  • Jessica Nguyen, senior planner

Innovative Ideas in Public Health Law to Address Growing Challenges & Improve Health Outcomes (5096)
Wednesday 11/15, 10:30am–12pm ET

  • Gregory Miao, senior attorney
  • Wesley Hartman, attorney

Reimagining the Role of Health Departments & Their Partners in Responding to Climate Change: The Building Resilience And Climate Equity (BRACE) Framework (5064)
Wednesday 11/15, 10:30am–12pm ET

  • Tina Yuen, managing director

View the full schedule.

Building Capacity for Equitable Implementation of Housing Policies

Wednesday, November 29, at 11am PT / 2pm ET

Hosted by ChangeLab Solutions

Join us for the final session in our conversation series exploring equitable implementation of healthy housing policies on Wednesday, November 29, at 11am PT / 2pm ET. Our webinar Building Capacity for Equitable Implementation of Housing Policies will discuss how legal aid providers and community-based organizations (CBOs) can partner with various levels of government to strengthen tenant protections.

In this 75-minute session, our panel will highlight promising strategies to build capacity for equitable implementation of housing policy across various levels of government:

  • Efforts to leverage federal resources to address regional concerns
  • State programs to improve implementation through partnerships with government agencies and CBOs
  • Use of law school clinics to promote access to justice for under-resourced communities

Register today.

Intro to Advocacy Training Series

November 30 and December 7

Hosted by the Central California Public Health Consortium and ChangeLab Solutions 

This two-part training series hosted by the Central California Public Health Consortium and ChangeLab Solutions will feature presentations by ChangeLab Solutions' ceo Sarah de Guia; vice president of external affairs Iyanrick John; and managing director Tina Yuen. Together they will provide a foundation in advocacy for public health professionals with a focus on the Central California region.

Register here.