Program

The forum offered 18 sessions in all, with more than 30 speakers.  Many of their presentations and handouts are available for download in the Sessions section below.

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SCHEDULE

8 – 8:30 am | Registration and Light Breakfast
8:30 – 9:40 am | Opening Plenary: Planning for Healthy Places

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9:50 – 10:50 am | Using & Interpreting Data in Planning for Healthy Communities
9:50 – 10:50 am | Community Engagement and Health
9:50 – 10:50 am | HEAL Cities Action Meeting

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11 am – noon | Building a Healthy Community Through Active Transportation
11 am – noon | Healthy Communities as an Economic Development Tool
11 – 11:30 am | Health in All Policies: Building a Healthier Santa Ana
11 – 11:30 am | Tools to Engage Residents and Build Capacity
11:30 am – noon | CX3 Tools to Assess the Food Environment
11:30 am – noon | Health Impact Checklists

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12:10 – 1:50 pm | LUNCH with Table Discussions and Presentation: Message Framing for Healthy Communities

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2 – 3 pm | Integrating Health into the Planner’s Toolbox
2 – 3 pm | Healthy Community Funding in Action
2 – 2:30 pm | NACTO Urban Bikeway Design Guide
2 – 2:30 pm | Walk Audits
2:30 – 3 pm | Bike Friendly Districts
2:30 – 3 pm | Healthy Rental Homes: Enforcement Tools
3 – 4 pm | Closing Session


SESSIONS


Opening Plenary: Planning for Healthy Places
Speaker:
Linda Rudolph, MD, MPH | Public Health Institute

Linda Rudolph Presentation


Session 1: Using & Interpreting Data in Planning for Healthy Communities
Moderator/Speaker:
Travers Yoshio Ichinose, MS, MA | Epidemiologist | Orange County Health Care Agency

Trav Ichinose Presentation


Session 2: Community Engagement and Health
Moderator:
Kelly Broberg, MPH | Program Supervisor | Orange County Health Care Agency
Speakers:
Dana Richardson | Senior Director, Community Health and Engagement | Community Health Improvement Partners
Janice Luna Reynoso | National City Resident Leadership Academy Graduate

CHIP Presentation


Session 3: Building a Healthy Community Through Active Transportation
Moderator:
Eric ­Widstrand, PE, PTOE | Active Transportation Manager | RBF Consulting
Speakers:
Council Member Tony Petros | Newport Beach City Council
Steve Gerhardt, AICP | Senior Planner | City of Long Beach
Steve Tweed | Transportation Planner | City of Long Beach

Tony Petros Presentation

Long Beach Presentation


Session 4: Healthy Communities as an Economic Development Tool
Moderator:
Victor Becerra | Director | UC Irvine Community Outreach Partnership Center
Speaker:
Bob Johnson, Ph.D | Planning & Development Consultant


Lunch Plenary: Message Framing for Healthy Communities
Speaker:
Fernando Quintero, BA | Strategic Communications Specialist | Berkeley Media Studies Group

Fernando Quintero Presentation


Session 5: Integrating Health into the Planner’s Toolbox
Moderator:
Michelle Kou Lieberman, AIA, AICP, LEED AP | Senior Associate & Community Planner | RBF Consulting
Speakers:
Melanie Schlotterbeck, CMP | Outreach Coordinator | Friends of Harbors, Beaches and Parks
Michael Osur, MBA | Deputy Director | Riverside County Department of Public Health

Melanie Schlotterbeck Presentation

Michael Osur Presentation


Session 6: Healthy Community Funding in Action
Moderator:
Amy Buch, MA | Health Promotion Division Manager | Orange County Health Care Agency
Speakers:
Tara Westman | Program Associate | The California Endowment
John Guastaferro | Vice President of Marketing & Development | Anaheim Family YMCA
Leah Ersoylu, Ph.D | President | Ersoylu Consulting

Tara Westman Presentation

John Guastaferro Presentation

Leah Ersoylu Presentation


Closing Session
Facilitators:
Susan Harden, AICP, LEED AP, CMSM, CNU-A | Director of Planning & Design | RBF Consulting
Amy Buch, MA | Health Promotion Division Manager | Orange County Health Care Agency


EXPRESS CLINICS

Held at the same time as the concurrent sessions, these targeted half-hour sessions were less formal, with more opportunities for discussion and Q&A between speakers and participants.


Health in All Policies: Building a Healthier Santa Ana (11-11:30 am)
Speaker: Melanie McCann | Associate Planner | City of Santa Ana


Tools to Engage Residents and Build Capacity (11-11:30 am)
Speaker: Dana Richardson | Senior Director, Community Health and Engagement | Community Health Improvement Partners


CX3 Tools to Assess the Food Environment (11:30 am – noon)
Speakers:
Dawn Robinson, RD | OC Health Care Agency
Elsa Amezcua | OC Health Care Agency

OCHCA Presentation


Health Impact Checklists (11:30 am – noon)
Speaker: Bill Jacobs, AICP CEP, CGBP, LEED Green Associate | Principal Planner | City of Irvine

Handout: Irvine Business Complex HIA Checklist


NACTO Urban Bikeway Design Guide (2 – 2:30 pm)
Speaker: Paul Martin, PE, TE | Senior Associate & Mobility Planner | Alta Planning + Design

Paul Martin Presentation


Walk Audits (2:30 – 3 pm)
Speaker: Matt Benjamin | Associate | Fehr and Peers


Bike Friendly Districts (2:30 – 3 pm)
Speaker: April Economides | Business Services Associate | Alta Planning + Design


Healthy Rental Homes: Enforcement Tools (2:30 – 3 pm)
Speakers:
Linda Tang | Project Manager | The Kennedy Commission
Daisy Gonzalez | Community Outreach Coordinator | The Kennedy Commission

Kennedy Commission Presentation


HEAL Cities Action Meeting
This is a special session for representatives of places that have passed Healthy Eating Active Living (HEAL) resolutions. Now that you have passed your resolution, what comes next? How will you know if your efforts have resulted in better health? What have other cities done after they passed their HEAL resolutions? This session will provide a forum for staff and elected officials to explore next steps for carrying out HEAL resolutions.

Facilitators:
Michele Martinez | Executive Director | Alliance for a Healthy Orange County
Kanat Tibet, MA | Director | California Center for Public Advocacy, Healthy Eating & Active Living Cities Campaign

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