Join the Schweitzer FFL network's next webinar featuring Dr. Samuel L. Bradley (FFL 2012, New Orleans), Assistant Professor at Boston College School of Social Work. The webinar's topic is Addressing Health Equity and the Systemic Racism in Our Communities.
Dr. Bradley is faculty in the Boston College School of Social Work (BCSSW) and holds the title of Assistant Professor of Macro Practice focused on equity, justice, and inclusion. He is an accomplished musician, community activist, and administrator with extensive experience in fundraising and communications. Dr. Bradley has expertise in diversity and inclusion, public health, and program innovation. He is particularly passionate about utilizing design thinking as a strategy for developing innovation in higher education as well as leveraging higher education programs to support community outcomes in marginalized communities. Prior to joining BCSSW, Dr. Bradley was Chair of the Forum for Equality, Louisiana’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender human rights organization dedicated to creating a society free from discrimination. Among Dr. Bradley projects, he has led undergraduate immersion programs and worked with the Obama administration’s Office of Faith Based and Neighborhood Partnerships on creating interfaith community service projects.
The Schweitzer Fellowship FFL Webinar Series provides a platform for ongoing learning, connection, collaboration and networking among Schweitzer Fellows and Fellows for Life across the United States and world. Each webinar features a leader in health, who shares a key outcome or attribute of their work building towards greater health equity. Webinars end with a Q and A and time for discussion and collaboration. Mark your calendar for the final webinar of 2020 - Weds Dec 2.