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IWF Georgia Webcast: Interdependence: A Virus, Food, Small Business and a World Pandemic An IWF Georgia View - Shared screen with speaker view
Belinda Stubblefield
09:52
I can't hear yet
Jennifer Langley
10:30
Great to have you all here today! We will keep the microphones and webcams turned off so that the focus will be on the panelists today. Feel free to use chat to comment and ask questions. The panel will try to address them is possible. Thank you!
Mary Moore
10:31
can you hear now
Belinda Stubblefield
21:37
I recommend going to the upper right corner and 'pin'ing the speaker
Belinda Stubblefield
27:34
Question: who is censoring and what does that look like / how is that messaged to CDC?
kathy Bremer
29:46
Is there a home test that works?
Susan Grant
30:40
The misinformation is coming from the leadership. And if CDC is “clamped down”, how can we practice public health in any meaningful way?
chloe barzey
33:45
Nancy, Given that many people can be asymptomatic as businesses reopen, do you believe temperature testing is giving people a false sense of security.
chloe barzey
34:15
Sorry that was for Judy
VIRGINIA HEPNER
35:32
really clear information , thank you
Susan Grant
39:53
Really terrific insights, thank you both!
Marsha Sampson Johnson
42:28
Really appreciate the home focus.
Stephanie Davis
43:59
The presenters on this call are reminding me how proud I am to be a woman in Atlanta.
VIRGINIA HEPNER
44:12
Barbarella, what can we do to advocate more for minimizing waste from farmers and getting product to food banks?
LEONA BARR-DAVENPORT
50:12
Thank you Mary and Barbarella, your stories resonate with small and micro businesses across the board. Please share your COVID-19 AH-HA moment as you plan for 2021?
Angela Farris Watkins
53:28
How is testing really making a difference when an individual can take a test one day and test positive and then contract the virus in the next two days? How frequent do individuals need to be tested?
Angela Farris Watkins
54:11
*Sorry, I meant to say test negative and then contract the virus in the next two days.
VIRGINIA HEPNER
56:45
every business I am involved with has increased productivity; good for us, concerning about employment impact
LEONA BARR-DAVENPORT
57:04
Thank you Mary and Barbarella. #ReimaginingOurBusiness
LEONA BARR-DAVENPORT
01:02:58
I would like to be on the distribution list to receive the Op-Eds.
LEONA BARR-DAVENPORT
01:10:46
Great job ladies.
kathy Bremer
01:10:54
Such a great session, thank you Judy, Barbarella, Mary and Nancy and the program team.
VIRGINIA HEPNER
01:11:11
grateful and proud to know you all
Gail Evans
01:11:28
excellent presentation. thanks to all the presenters.
Belinda Stubblefield
01:11:56
Thank you to Nancy Z and Program team for adapting to virtual and bringing us such great content from those we know and trust!
Monica Khant
01:11:58
Thank you Barbarella! That is exactly what we see as well working with the immigrant population! I’m grateful that you brought attention to this issue.
Marsha Sampson Johnson
01:12:00
EXCEPTIONAL program! Thank you!
kathy Bremer
01:12:01
What's the best way to help on food shortages?
Roxanne Douglas
01:12:11
Thank you to Judy, Barbara, Mary and our program team for this great discussion!
Ellen Meyer
01:12:13
Ditto to Kathy’s comment. You were excellent in extending knowledge and succinct. Thank you!
Amy Glennon
01:13:34
Struck by both the pragmatism and the compassion of these women. Thank you for your leadership!
Sallie Daniel
01:13:54
I echo Stephanie Davis—great job you all and proud to be a part of this group!
Leslie Sibert
01:14:49
Fantastic program.....thanks to our speakers for sharing their unfiltered perspectives. Bravo---we will get through this together!
Molly Burke
01:15:05
Wonderful program
Beverly Thomas
01:15:38
Great program!
Amy Glennon
01:15:44
Great program!
Jennifer Langley
01:16:03
Details coming soon on the Wine Around! “See” you then!
Belinda Stubblefield
01:16:04
Thank you so much Judy, Barbarella and Mary! Awesome discussion.