Please join Arlesia Bailey, Stephanie Hillman, and Victoria Garcia Tamayo for a small group discussion on moving beyond building awareness about health inequities to taking action. This roundtable will equip innovators and changemakers who want to create change with evidence-informed practices that engage colleagues and honor communities.
These three women bring experiences from health systems, clinical operations, and community health. They will share examples of improving health equity by centering community members and mobilizing around areas of need. Bring your successes and failures to share. We want to learn together!
About Our Roundtables:
Q&A roundtable discussions are conducted by the community to provide opportunities for a small group discussion with subject matter experts.
There are 15 seats at the table for the 90-minute discussion.
A few days prior, we will send out "Confirmation Required" emails to registrants. You must email back to confirm your spot, or we will have to release your ticket. This roundtable will be happening virtually, Riley Sorenson (Riley@cambiagrove.com) will reach out to attendees with meeting info.
Arlesia Bailey is a transformational and visionary leader with over 25 years in the healthcare field. She has a strong combination of advocacy, social justices, and fundraising skills. She currently serves as the Senior Director of Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic (OBCC), the only primary care clinic of Seattle Children's. She is avid supporter of responsible program development aimed at reducing health care disparities, and amplifying community voice and capacities. Arlesia is the recent past chair for Wellspring Family Services and a member of Seattle Rotary #4. Arlesia has a MBA from the University of Phoenix and grew up in South Seattle.
Stephanie Hillman (she/her) is a healthcare leader who has implemented systems to help organizations scale for growth and long-term success. She has worked in a public hospital, a non-profit pediatric hospital, a high-tech company, a healthcare research firm, a tech start-up, and now has her own consulting firm called PrairieWood Consulting. Through quantitative data, qualitative narratives, change management and coaching, Stephanie advises leaders and teams to implement evidence-informed practices. In partnership with key stakeholders such as patients, families, faculty, employees, donors, and physicians, Stephanie co-designs solutions for clinical work.
Victoria Garcia Tamayo (she/her/ella) is the Owner and Community Consultant of Contacto, a consulting firm that brings together people and organizations to foster equitable communities and belonging. Victoria brings over 25 years of working in and with community. Before consulting, she had a varied career in the nonprofit and public sectors, particularly in community health. She is the co-producer of the Emmy award winning documentary “¡Sí Se Puede! Connecting Farmworker Communities.”