Public Health and Architecture: Towards an Interdisciplinary Dialogue
April 11 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pmFree
1.5 AIA CES HSW LUs available
Morgan State University School of Architecture + Planning and the AIABaltimore Health & Wellness Committee invites you to an interdisciplinary panel focusing on interdisciplinary approaches to public health.
Diane Adams is Chief Health Strategist who has worked with many organizations, including United Nations, APHA, NIH, and Homeland Security. She is the editor of the best selling book, Health Issues for Women of Color. She received her Master in Public Health from Johns Hopkins University and MD from Rutgers University.
R. Denise Everson is Consultant at Connecticut Green Bank in Washington DC. As an architect and advocate for design and health, she has worked with American Institute of Architects and DC Housing Authority.She received her Bachelor of Architecture from Hampton University and her Master in Public Policy from George Town University.
Amber Trout is the Senior Manager for the Race, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Initiative at NeighborWorks America. She received her Master in Public Health from Drexel University and her Interdisciplinary Ph.D. in the Built Environment from the University of Washington.