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Webinar 2: Using local momentum to drive state and federal policy change
Local policy change can provide case studies, lessons learned, and evidence of success, which can set the stage for state or national change. In the second webinar of our “Local Control” webinar series, leaders from the Tobacco 21 and Smokefree Air movements will share insights on how tireless work at the local-level helped to drive policy change across the country.

This webinar is hosted by CADCA’s Geographic Health Equity Alliance and Counter Tools.

Stay tuned for registration information for the next webinars in the series!

Webinar 3: Innovative Local Solutions in Public Health

Aug 5, 2022 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Shannon Quinby
Eastern Regional Director @Preventing Tobacco Addiction Foundation
Shannon joined the Preventing Tobacco Addiction Foundation in January of 2018 and brings her passion for advocating for youth and families to the field of tobacco control policy. Her previous work includes more than 15 years of assisting families locate schools and programs for at-risk teens and young adults struggling with substance abuse and mental health disorders. With a focus on the relationship between drug and alcohol addiction and use of tobacco products seen consistently in her prior work, Shannon is particularly committed to reducing youth smoking and use of e-cigarettes through policy change, and believes that prevention strategies through public health policy promote nicotine-free, healthy lifestyles, and positive outcomes for all emerging adults.
Onjewel Smith
Southern States Strategist @American Nonsmokers’ Rights Foundation
Onjewel Smith has worked in the nonprofit sector for more than 20 years helping organizations and communities build their capacity for sustainable change. She has provided technical assistance on grassroots advocacy, coalition building, strategic planning, and fundraising. Throughout her career, Onjewel has helped develop strategic alliances between local coalitions, community-based organizations, stakeholders, and decision-makers. She currently serves as the Southern States Strategist to the American Nonsmokers’ Rights Foundation.