Health care is the single most important issue for most Americans, yet 51 million people forego a considerable amount of influence in shaping our nation’s health policy by not registering to vote. COVID-19 has made these issues painfully salient, with voter registration down by 70% in many states.
 
Join the Ash Center in recognizing Civic Health Month and for a discussion on how healthcare workers are deepening civic engagement through voter empowerment, including how high levels of civic engagement can drive more equitable health outcomes.
 
Panelists include:
  • Dr. Deborah Turner, League of Women Voters
  • Prof. Parissa Ballard, Wake Forest University School of Medicine
  • Dr. Alister Martin, VotER
  • Liz McKenna, Johns Hopkins​​​​​ University
  • Lucas Buyon (Moderator), Harvard University

Virtual Event Details

Registration is required for this event. Please register here to receive details via email on how to join the virtual discussion. This event will be recorded and a link to the recording will be sent out afterward to all who register.
 
You can submit questions to the panelists in advance during the registration process. A live Q&A will also be available during the event with an option to submit questions in real-time. 
 
Questions? Email the Ash Center events team at info@ash.harvard.edu.

Host Organizations:

GSAS Harvard Votes Challenge