Pitt's Center for Health Equity (CHE) and Office of Health Sciences Diversity (OHSD are pleased to present a panel of local experts who will discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the health of African American and Latinx communities and the importance of physical activity on health and well-being.
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Tiffany L Gary-Webb is an associate professor in the Departments of Epidemiology and Behavioral and Community Health Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health.
Sharon Ross is an assistant professor of health and human development in Pitt's School of Education.
Shequaya Bailey, is the president of the Pittsburgh Major Taylor Cycling Club (PMTCC), a United Way Be-A-Middle-School Mentor (BAMSM) at Westinghouse High School, Pittsburgh Youth Leadership mentor, and a member of the Conemaugh Women's Race Team.
Felicia Savage Friedman is the founder and CEO of YogaRoots on Location, LLC. where she offers integrative group, individual yoga classes, and Certified AntiRacist Raja Yoga Teacher Trainings across the country.
Christopher E. Howard is the owner of C. Howard Fitness, a personal training studio located within the Kingsley Center in Pittsburgh PA.
Lora Ann Bray is the manager of community partnerships, education and training at the Center for Health Equity (CHE), in the Graduate School of Public Health at the University of Pittsburgh.
Mario Browne (BCHS '05), is director of health sciences diversity & inclusion at the University of Pittsburgh Schools of the Health Sciences.
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Sponsored by Pitt's Center for Health Equity (CHE) & the Office of Health Sciences Diversity (OHSD).