2020 North State Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) Virtual Summit

September 17, 2020

Mindfulness Moment - ACEs Innovation Roundtable - Results Recap

Mindfulness Moment
Sue Grinnell, MPH, Director, Population Health Innovation Lab at the Public Health Institute
12:30pm - 12:40pm

ACEs Innovation Roundtable - Results Recap
Lisa Tadlock, MPA, Founder and Director, Northern California ACEs Collaborative (NAC)
12:40pm - 12:50pm

Sue Grinnell, MPH

Director, Population Health Innovation Lab at the Public Health Institute

Sue Grinnell is Director, Population Health Innovation Lab (PHIL). Sue has over 30 years of experience in public health, having held a variety of positions working to address issues such as chronic disease, access to prenatal care, and children’s health. Her current work is focused on supporting multi stakeholder collaboratives intent on improving the health and well being of their communities. Through the use of various innovative practices including the Art of Hosting and Design Thinking, PHIL supports deepened capacity for collaboratives to navigate the complex waters of population health. Prior to coming to PHI, Sue was with the Washington State Department of Health, where she served as special assistant for Health Transformation and Innovation, and directed the departments of Chronic Disease and Maternal and Child Health as well as the Office of Healthy Communities. She also previously served as director for the Cowlitz County Health Department in Longview, Washington.

Lisa Tadlock, MPA, Founder and Director

Northern California ACEs Collaborative (NAC), Population Health Innovation Lab at the Public Health Institute

Lisa Tadlock, MPA, is the Founder and Director of the Northern Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Collaborative (NAC), a project of the Public Health Institute.  The collaborative focuses on addressing policy and system change in a six-county region in Northern California that has some of the highest ACEs and domestic violence rates in the state per capita. She brings twenty years’ experience working with low-income, community of color, Latinx and tribal sovereigns at the county, regional, state, and national level. In addition to her nine years at the Public Health Institute, she has worked as a First 5 Executive Director in Trinity County, Director of Professional Development for the National Association of Social Workers, Program Director and Interim Executive Director for the California Community Action Association, while beginning her career as a Medi-Cal Eligibility Specialist for Yolo County Social Services. She currently sits on the Board for California Food Policy Advocates. A graduate of San Francisco State University with a Bachelor’s in Political Science and a Master’s in Public Administration from Golden Gate University.

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