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Building Healthier Communities: The Federal Policy Landscape

Thursday, September 10, 2020
4pm EST | 3pm CST | 2pm MST | 1pm PST

Presented by Conference Keynote:

Dara Alpert Lieberman, MPP - Trust for America's Health


How do the decisions being made in Washington impact the health of people in your community? And what can you do about it? In this session, Trust for America's Health's Director of Government Relations, Dara Lieberman, will discuss the latest in federal public health policy, why it matters to the health of your community, and ways to engage federal policymakers.


 Handouts will be made available after the live webinar. 

By the Conclusion of this webinar, attendees will be able to

  1. Learn the latest federal health policy issues that could impact their communities and how they can educate federal policymakers on issues affecting the health of their communities.

About the Presenters

 Dara Alpert Lieberman is TFAH’s Director of Government Relations, overseeing the development and implementation of federal government relations strategies and working to advance and ensure implementation of TFAH policy priorities. Prior to that, Dara served as TFAH’s Senior Government Relations Manager, leading the organization’s advocacy around infectious disease prevention, disease surveillance, and strengthening the nation’s public health emergency preparedness and response capabilities. Ms. Lieberman previously served as a legislative representative for the American Counseling Association, where she advocated for mental health access issues. Ms. Lieberman has also served as a staff member for the Senate Committee on Armed Services.

She secured an MPP from the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan. She graduated magna cum laude with a BA in Public Policy Studies from Duke University. Ms. Lieberman currently serves on the board of directors for Healthcare Ready, a nonprofit that works to protect patient access to healthcare in the face of disaster through collaboration with public health and healthcare.