Thursday, March 31, 2011
Health Care Reform: What Does It Really Mean?
Tuesday, April 5
8:30 AM to 2:30 PM
Henry A. Wallace Center
Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum
4079 Albany Post Road, Route 9, Hyde Park
With the premise of health care as a human right, this will be a day of exploring the impact of health care reform on women, small businesses, seniors, African-Americans, Latinas, Latinos, and Americans with disabilities. As leaders in their fields, the featured speakers will illustrate, educate and debunk myths of health care reform.
Keynote Address: Geeta Desai, President, AAUW Poughkeepsie
Luncheon Speaker: Jamie Torres, U.S. Health & Human Services Regional Director, Region II–NY, NJ, PR, VI
Other Speakers and Workshop Leaders:
Susan Dooha, Executive Director, Center for Independence of the Disabled, NY
Margaret Moree, Director of Federal Affairs, The Business Council of NY State, Inc.
Michael Olender, Associate State Director, AARP
Lois Uttley, Executive Director, Raising Women’s Voices
Cost: $10 (suggested donation)
To register: call 845-229-5302 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org (optionally, order a $10 box lunch when you register)
Posted by Susan Holland at 1:28 PM