This Friday, April 3rd, the Transform Westside Summit will feature a discussion of the latest facts regarding COVID-19 and the efforts of Westside Future Fund and other Atlanta organizations to ease its impact on residents of the Historic Westside. In accordance with Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms’ Stay at Home Order, the Summit will be completely virtual, streaming live on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube. Nonprofit leaders will participate via video conference as a virtual panel to share public health updates and critical information, as well as highlights from their respective organizations’ COVID-19 response efforts.
Quincy Springs, Owner and Operator, Chick-fil-A Vine City will lead devotion. Panelists will include: Breanna Lathrop, Chief Operations Officer, Good Samaritan Health Center; and Kyle Waide, President & CEO, Atlanta Community Food Bank. Friday’s virtual program will also feature special messages from: Makeda Johnson, Vine City Resident and Founder, Sister’s Action Team; Angela Coaxum-Young, Ed.D, Principal, Historic Booker T. Washington HS; and Stephanie Miles-Richardson, D.V.M., Ph.D. Professor of Community Health & Preventive Medicine, Morehouse School of Medicine. Craig Lucie, Owner of Lucie Content and former WSB-TV news anchor, will field questions submitted by online attendees via social media.
Please join us for this free event! To register for the April 3rd Transform Westside Summit, click here.