TN-ASPA is hosting our next Third Thursday Lunchtime Lecture of the Fall, and you’re invited! Dr. Katherine Brown and Denise Costanza with the American Heart Association will be speaking on our lecture series theme of “Closing the Gap: Social Equity in Public Administration” on Thursday, November 17th. Light refreshments will be provided by your TN-ASPA Executive Council. Please note the location change.
- Who: American Heart Association, Dr. Katherine Brown and Denise Costanza
- Topic: Health Advocacy in the Volunteer State, Closing the Gap: Social Equity in Public Administration
- When: Thursday, November 17th, 12 noon – 1 pm
- Where: James K. Polk Building (TPAC)
16th Floor, Video Conference Center
505 Deaderick St, Nashville, TN 37219
Come join us for the third lecture in our series “Closing the Gap: Social Equity in Public Administration.” The mission of the American Heart Association (AHA) is to build healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. Dr. Katherine Brown is a health educator and certified AHA Basic Life Support (BLS) instructor. Denise Costanza serves as AHA’s Tennessee Government Relations Director. Denise contributed to establishing Nashville’s Complete Streets policy, the first of its kind to meet important AHA standards for improving community health.