Equitable Cities serves as a member of course faculty as part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and National Association of Chronic Disease Director’s National Walkability Action Institute. Equitable Cities assisted in the delivery of an interactive three-day course to 10 cross-disciplinary MPO-level teams from around the country, with representatives from public health, transportation and planning, and an elected official. The course included an all-star core faculty group and provide an interactive, applied learning atmosphere for making policy, systems, and environmental improvements that increase walkability through community design.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Association of Chronic Disease Director
Curriculum Development • Facilitation, Presentation • Stakeholder Engagement