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POLICY & MEDIA WEBINAR

HOW TO INFLUENCE CHANGE AND GET YOUR MESSAGE HEARD

The Nicotine and Cannabis Policy Center, along with The American Heart Association, were delighted to host another new free online webinar on Tuesday, October 5th 2021. This latest webinar, which is part of our ongoing webinar series, is a helpful guide on “Policy and the Media – How to Influence Change and Get Your Message Heard.” During this webinar, a number of amazing speakers discussed their experiences in generating media coverage and helping change public perceptions within the Central Valley.

Please click the image of the Biographies on the right for more information on the speakers, and a link to the video below:

Host - Dr. Anna Song, NCPC Director

Speakers & Panelists

  • Phillip Gardiner: African American Tobacco Control Leadership Council
  • Salena Meade: Program Coordinator at California Health Collaborative
  • Kenneth Artry: Community Health Worker, El Sol
  • Valerie Koch: American Heart Association Communications Director, Central Valley
  • Ana Ibarra: CalMatters, Online Media
  • Kathleen Schock: Valley PBS Station, Radio
  • Susanna Gonzales: KCSO Telemundo 33, Sacramento

Moderators

  • Jamie Morgan: American Heart Association
  • Juan Flores: Public Information Officer, UC Merced
  • Alexander Mellor: UC Merced, NCPC

To watch a recording of the webinar please click the link below. For further information or details contact Alexander Mellor: amellor@ucmerced.edu

POLICY & THE MEDIA – GET YOUR MESSAGE HEARD