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Front and Center: Seeking Justice in Healthcare and Education in NC - Shared screen with speaker view
Kim-Marie McLellan, she/her/hers
28:37
Lily's bio: Lily Schorr joined the North Carolina Justice Center in 2022 as a Major Gifts Officer. Prior to joining the NC Justice Center, she worked in development for the American Jewish World Service and has over a decade of experience in the nonprofit sector. A Charlotte native, Lily is passionate about improving life for all people in North Carolina. Lily received a BA from Washington University in St. Louis, and a JD from UNC-Chapel Hill, where she was a Chancellor’s Scholar. In her free time, she enjoys board games, crafting, and travel. She lives in Durham with her partner and two cats.
Lily Schorr (she/her)- NC Justice Center
28:37
Nicole Dozier, 25-year veteran of the NC Justice Center, leads the Health Advocacy team that works to bring health care to each North Carolinian. Much of the statewide/federal policy work is centered around Medicaid expansion and managed care. Nicole also has experience with local government having served two terms on Apex’s Town Council. Nicole’s recognition for her service includes: Order of the Long Leaf Pine, Cary Magazine’s Women of Western Wake, National Coalition of 100 Black Women Policy Award, NC AIDS Action Network Advocate of the Year and being a State Bar certified paralegal, received the NC Advocates for Justice’s Disability Advocacy Section Lifetime Achievement Award.
Lily Schorr (she/her)- NC Justice Center
29:05
A portion of this event will be Q&A. If you have any questions, feel free to put them in the public chat or chat them privately to me.
North Carolina Justice Center
39:54
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Kim-Marie McLellan, she/her/hers
40:10
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Terry Van Duyn
40:18
Can I say a few words of gratitude
Molly Mahoney
42:47
If you haven't already, can you give a status update on where expansion stands in N.C. -- when in effect?
Leslie Winner
47:17
Does NCJC also have a view on the CON bill? Won’t doing away with it hurt struggling hospitals and clinics?
Lily Schorr
54:05
Matt Ellinwood joined the North Carolina Justice Center as a policy analyst in the Education and Law Project in August 2010. Matt directs the Justice Center’s legal and legislative advocacy on education policy issues that promote resource adequacy and equity that impact the quality of education for low-income North Carolinians. Prior to graduating from Temple University Law School, Matt ran after-school programs in underserved communities in West Philadelphia and performed outreach work with migrant workers for Americorps in rural Virginia. Matt received a B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania and holds a master’s degree in education policy and management from Harvard University.
Lily Schorr
54:15
Sarah Montgomery joined the NC Justice Center as a Policy Advocate with the Education & Law Project in March 2017 and became Senior Policy Advocate in September 2020. Sarah draws from over 15 years of community development experience, working with nonprofits in New York City, Nicaragua, and North Carolina with a focus on education rights, access, community engagement, and English Language learners. Sarah holds dual BA degrees in Social Thought and Political Economy (STPEC) and Spanish from UMASS-Amherst, as well as an MA in International Affairs from the New School where she concentrated on socio-economic development.
Sarah Montgomery
59:39
https://www.ncappellatecourts.org/show-file.php?document_id=309519
Sarah Montgomery
01:02:14
https://everychildnc.org/
Sarah Montgomery
01:09:27
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLATJz8w0mmdMFLlvzlb6gQ/videos
Nicole Dozier
01:10:24
Thank you Everyone, I also wanted to mention that you all had the exclusive screening of the short, vigil video-you're the first to see it!
Mark Trustin
01:14:44
If one assumes the Supreme Court decision will be to order the Legislature or State to fully fund Leandro, what is the republican leadership of the legislature likely to do, in response, and what do you see as the likely eventual outcome?
Mark Trustin
01:20:47
Is there any reason why the court cannot order that Leandro be fully funded, especially since the state has about $6 billion without earmark for any other purpose? Thanks. Mark
Matt Ellinwood
01:21:08
Not that i can think of!