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20th Annual Turning Point Conference & 9th Annual Policy Day

August 30th and 31st, 2017
Marriott Conference Center at NCED
2801 East State Highway 9
Norman, OK 73071-1197

For twenty years, OTPC has been working with partners to enact change in communities across Oklahoma.  OTPC LEADING TOGETHER 2017 will provide attendees with information and resources to help create leaders and sustain momentum in communities and systems - to improve health for all Oklahomans.

In addition, the conference will highlight best practices regarding effective community coalitions, strategic partnerships and relationship building; offer practical tips and tools that can be implemented in local communities to create a culture of health; engage the community in the development of policy objectives and advocacy efforts; and build connections among like minded individuals who value a holistic view of community health and wellness.


CONFERENCE KEYNOTE PRESENTER


Rhett.jpg   Torchbearers!                 

This program is designed to help you understand how to grow and strengthen your influence as it relates to growing and strengthening your organization. Join professional speaker and leadership expert Rhett Laubach as he helps add new focus, strategies, techniques and the fuel to become a Torchbearer.  A Torchbearer is an actively engaged ambassador who attracts attention and resources.

About Rhett Laubach

 

POLICY DAY KEYNOTE PRESENTER

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Food Banks - Moving Beyond Food Distribution

The social and economic environment in which we live plays as much a role in determining our health and health behaviors as does the quality or scope of the health care we can access.  In understanding the important and direct influence of our environment on our health, food insecurity is increasingly seen as a health issue rather than just an economic one.  The same is true for all social determinants of health, including housing, employment, education and training opportunities, the built environment, and the policies that govern where we live, work, and play. Improving the health of Oklahomans requires action and policy change focused on these social determinants, which includes ensuring that all people have adequate, healthy food.  As advocates, our job is to re-frame the conversation about health in language and policy action that addresses social determinants of health at the local, state and national levels.

 

 About Katie Fitzgerald

 

 

 

 

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CONTACT INFORMATION:

OK Turning Point Council

Email: okturningpointcouncil@yahoo.com

 

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