Promoting Equity Through Culturally Competent Prevention

Prevention Action Alliance established the Prevention Action & Advocacy Summit in 2019 to provide education and understanding around emerging issues in prevention. The summit educates, empowers, and advocates for solutions in prevention.

This year, our virtual Prevention Action & Advocacy Summit will address racism, its impacts on social determinants of health, and how prevention should be part of the solution. The goal of the summit is to provide Ohio’s prevention professionals, community stakeholders, and partners a space to learn, have conversations, share resources, and serve as a call to action for change that is culturally competent, just, and equitable. Join us for a day filled with engagement and learn from our incredible speakers.

Presentations By:
Opening Keynote Speaker—Rev. Dr. Starsky Wilson, President and CEO, Children’s Defense Fund
Simone Crawley, Founder and CEO, Crawley Cultural Consulting
Dr. Terrance Dean, Assistant Professor, Denison University
Dr. Chenelle Jones, Assistant Dean of Community Engagement, Franklin University
Closing Keynote Speaker—Dr. Wanda Boone, Executive Director, Together for Resilient Youth

Register for the Prevention Action and Advocacy Summit on Racism: Promoting Equity Through Culturally Competent Prevention. Cost is $49 per person.*

The Prevention Action and Advocacy Summit on Racism is made possible through the generous support of the following organizations:

  • Prevention Advocate—CareSource
  • Prevention Ally—Summit County Community Partnership and UMADAOP of Dayton

* 5.75 contact hours of Social Work, Counseling, CHES, and Prevention CEs available for attending the full day.