Let’s talk about health care in Chicago.
CommunityHealth invites you to participate in our All In campaign.
All In is a series of education, thought leadership, and networking events focused on generating solutions to help all Chicago residents access health care.
All In events are open to anyone who values Quality Health Care for All. Everyone from industry professionals to corporate partners to community leaders to students is welcome to join the conversation. Your voice matters.
In discussion about how to continue the advancement of health equity as we live in the new normal, health care professionals asked the question:
How can we ensure access to the right health care, at the right time, in the right place for all Chicagoans?
The panel talked about matters such as expectations for Medicaid redetermination, responses to labor shortages, and political lapses throughout the Public Health Emergency.
However, the main focus of the conversation illuminated the need for community-based organizations to continue the collaboration that carried us and our communities through the pandemic.
CommunityHealth had the honor of hosting our community partners…
- Cristal Gary – Chief Advocacy Officer at Ascension Illinois
- Dan Fulwiler – Chief Executive Director at Esperanza Health Centers
- Samantha Olds Frey – Chief Executive Officer at Illinois Association of Medicaid Health Plans
- Michele Smith, Ed.D. – Director of Workforce & Team Member Development at Advocate Aurora Health
- Luvia Quiñones, MPP – Senior Director of Health Policy at Illinois Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
- Stephanie Willding, MPA– Chief Executive Officer at CommunityHealth
We are leading the fight for access.
For the second event of the All In series, CommunityHealth is partnering with Ernst & Young and Health Care Council of Chicago on Wednesday, May 31st, at EY to bring you The Next Generation of Leadership: Impacting the Health & Wellness of Our Local Communities.
Join us in discussion with recipients of Crain’s 40 Under 40 to learn more about their social impact career journeys and what they are doing to advance health equity in Chicago.
Please welcome our guest speakers…
Meghan Phillipp, MBA, Moderator
As the Executive Director of HC3, Meghan facilitates the core operating activities, oversees the development of the organization’s strategic goals and cultivates partnerships and opportunities to improve the health of local communities.
She has over nine years of diverse experience in the fields of development, marketing, and community engagement. Throughout her career she has worked in start-ups and nonprofits, developing programming and events, building sustainable relationships, and fostering new and innovative ideas.
Zac Steele, MHSA, Moderator
As a Senior Consultant of business consulting practice at EY, his focus is on promoting strategic, operational excellence, and transformative actions to support his clients.
In his prior experiences as a management consultant, Zac has provided large-scale strategy deployment, business transformation, and service delivery across both public and private healthcare sectors. He has specific experience in developing effective tools and assets, industry-leading methods, and go-to-market strategies to support both payer and provider organizations.
James Lott is the founder and CEO of Scripted, a Chicago-based health technology startup. Scripted is a new service that enables pharmacists to prescribe treatments and administer services for common conditions. Scripted was created to make healthcare convenient, affordable, and accessible.
James is a pharmacist and graduate of the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy. In 2020, he was recognized as Crain’s Chicago Business’ 40 Under 40 and was a recipient of the Clinton Global Initiative Commitment to Action Award.
The daughter of working-class Guatemalan immigrants, Congresswoman Delia Ramirez represents the 3rd District of Illinois. She is an accomplished legislator, social service director, community leader, and coalition builder who has dedicated her life and career advocating for working families.
Delia’s commitment to community and working families is shaped by her lived experience. She saw the heartbreaking financial crises that her parents and many others in her community shouldered, hoping to provide a better life for their children.
Stephanie Willding, MPA
As Chief Executive Officer at CommunityHealth, is a skilled health care and nonprofit leader, adept at developing and implementing transformative initiatives across organizations.
She is a seasoned thought leader with a documented record of increasing and diversifying revenue, using data to improve and adapt program performance, and advancing organizational goals through strategic and annual planning. Steph has committed her career to building organizations that empower underserved communities to break the cycle of broken systems and lead healthy, fulfilling lives.