This session will explore how adverse childhood experiences and adverse community experiences work in tandem as the “Pair of ACEs”. Lessons learned from the groundbreaking work of the Center for Community Resilience at George Washington University, which provides field-tested tools and resources aimed at fostering cross-sector collaboration to address the root causes of inequity in community will be shared. Insight on the policies that drive inequity will be discussed, as well as the Pair of Aces framing and tools to foster difficult conversations on race and social justice. Learn more about the tactics and tools to support conversations on equity with public health leaders, educators and other community stakeholders.
Available on Demand
ASCD-PLS Implementation Manager
Wendy Ellis, PhD
Director, Center for Community Resilience and Associate Professor
Milken Institute School of Public Health, George Washington University
Johni Cruse Craig, Ed.D.
DTEC-TAG National Project Director
To attend this professional development series, you simply need to register on the official CBCF Annual Legislative Conference website: cbcfinc.org/alc2020 and then follow these next steps.
Step 1 - After you register for the conference, you will receive a confirmation with your login name. You will need this login name to create your conference schedule so please save.
Step 2 - Next, you will receive a new email with your password as an additional security to protect your information.
Step 3 - Use this password and your login to select your sessions. After selecting your sessions, you will receive a link that allows you to review your selections.