2020 North State Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) Virtual Summit

September 17, 2020

BREAKOUT SESSION: Growing Dollars to Help Prevent and Treat ACEs in the North State

BREAKOUT SESSION: Growing Dollars to Help Prevent and Treat ACEs in the North State
Tracey Rattray, MPH, MSW, Executive Director, California Alliance for Prevention Funding, a project at the Public Health Institute
Moderator: Shauna Olsen, MPH, Program Associate, California Alliance for the Prevention Funding at Public Health Institute 1:00pm - 2:05pm

Please Note:
Breakout sessions have a capacity of 100 people. If this session is full, please join another open session.

Shauna Olsen, MPH

Program Associate, California Alliance for the Prevention Funding at Public Health Institute

Shauna Olsen, MPH is a Program Associate with the California Alliance for Prevention Funding at PHI, working to secure a sustainable source of funding for prevention in California. She received her MPH from the University of San Francisco and has a B.S. in Exercise Physiology from UC Davis. She is passionate about improving health equity and food security, and her prior work has focused on health education and chronic disease prevention.

Tracey Rattray, MPH, MSW

Executive Director, California Alliance for Prevention Funding, a project at the Public Health Institute‚Äč

Tracey Rattray, MPH, MSW leads the California Alliance for Prevention Funding, a coalition of twenty statewide organizations that is advocating for a new source of sustained funding that will promote health equity & provide nonprofits and local health departments ongoing resources to address the social determinants of health. Previously she was Director of Chronic Disease and Injury Prevention at Contra Costa Health Services, leading nationally recognized programs focused on tobacco prevention, nutrition, physical activity, lead poisoning and promotion of a healthy built environment. Her passion is the intersection of health and social justice, and her earlier work experience focused on a range of issues including domestic violence among teens, early childhood mental health, and international maternal and child health.

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