Centennial Conference


New York City faces significant challenges relating to extreme differentials in access to affordable health care, quality public education, affordable housing and jobs that provide a living wage. This conference will examine key problems of availability, affordability and access in four critical areas: Health Care, Education, Housing and Homelessness and Employment. We will also explore the interconnectedness of public policies, private programs and community engagement in reducing the scale and scope of disparity in our city. 

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Keynote Speaker: Ana Oliveira, President and CEO, The New York Women's Foundation


Health Care: From Health Disparities to Good Health for All 
Education: Improving Access to Effective, High-Quality Public Education in New York City 
Housing and Homelessness: Increase Availability and Access to Affordable Housing in New York City 
Employment: How Can New Yorkers Gain Access to Jobs that Provide a Living Wage and Work-Life Balance? 

Please respond by Tuesday, September 27. 2016. Register Early!

See below to RSVP and purchase tickets.  

Thursday 29 September at 08:30 AM

New York Academy of Medicine

1216 5th Ave
New York, NY 10029
United States
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WCC Event Contact

Padma Seemangal

Purchase tickets here:

$90.00 Non-Member Ticket
$60.00 Per person - Nonprofit fee for 2 or more staff persons
$50.00 Member Ticket
$20.00 Student Ticket - with identification