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Anatomy of a Movement: Lessons from the MA Health Care Reform

Objectives: 
• Gain an understanding of the essential elements that comprise a movement. 
• Study the Health Care Reform Movement in Massachusetts as a case study. 
• Learn skill-building and share tools that can be used for Taking Inventory of Your Campaign Assets and for Building and Sustaining Powerful     Coalitions. 
• Have an opportunity for each CoP to “write their own story” for the future of their issue.

Please RSVP by February 15, 2016

Video presentation and panel discussion

Susan Sherry, Deputy Director, Community Catalyst; previously Executive Director, Health Care for All of Massachusetts

Fawn Phelps, Instructor and Director of Leadership Development, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health; former Campaign Manager, ACT! Coalition

Audrey Shelto, President, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Foundation

Tyrek Lee, Vice President, 1199 SEIU

Workshops

Taking Inventory of Your Campaign Assets:  Assess current capacities, identify gaps, and determine who can bring needed assets to the table.

Building and Sustaining Powerful Coalitions:  Share tools and strategies for assessing what partners can and are willing to give and ensuring they get what they need in return.

RSVP Here by February 16th

Later Event: April 5
National Healthy Schools Day