During this session, participants will be guided through preparing for/planning their Hill visit sessions on Oct 15, will review their Hill visit packet contents, and discuss their scheduled visits with legislators on Oct 18-19. This session will also review the Summit evaluation and provide a CE reminder.
Wayne State University
Rachael Dombrowski, PhD, MPH, designs, implements and evaluates multilevel interventions to advance social justice and improve community health. Dr. Dombrowski is a faculty member of the Wayne State University Center for Health and Community Impact and the College of Education Community Health program where she conducts community-based participatory research, including program development and evaluation within the Midwest and nation-wide. Dr. Dombrowski serves as an evaluator for the Best Food Forward school-based nutrition supports intervention, and recently conducted an assessment of over 200 grocery stores for the Detroit Great Grocer Project. Prior to joining Wayne State, Dr. Dombrowski had over 10 years of experience directing and evaluating several multilevel interventions focused on policy, systems and environmental change within schools, communities, hospitals and corner stores in suburban Cook County and Chicago, Illinois. She is a graduate of the University of Illinois at Chicago (PhD) and the University of Michigan (MPH). She has worked in the public health field for over 15 years.