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10/29/2019
When: 3:00 PM
Where: Bellin Health Titletown Facility
1970 S. Ridge Road
Green Bay, Wisconsin 
United States
Contact: WPHA Office


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RSVP for a regional meeting and presentation at Bellin Health Titletown Facility in the Amy and Andrew Thor Conference Room.


Regional Meeting Agenda:

*subject to change

3:00 p.m. - Registration & Check In Begins

Welcome & Program Starts

Featured Presentation - Courage in Public and Private Partnerships; Education as a Social Determinant of Health
Marchelle Moten, First Five Fox Valley

Bellin Health Host Speaker:
Jody D. Anderson, RN, BSN, CHC
Community Engagement Team Lead
Bellin Business and Community Health Solutions
Certified Mental Health First Aid Instructor- Youth & Adult

Q&A

Snacks and refreshments available. Additional tour for the new Bellin Health Titletown Facility will be available following the presentation. 

Parking Instructions:
To avoid interrupting patient parking, please park in the Lambeau Field West Parking lot (across from Lodge Kohler) and take the walkway across Ridge St. The facility is located directly behind Lodge Kohler.

About the Speaker:

Marchelle Moten, Director, First Five Fox Valley

Marchelle Moten has been an educator and equity activist for more than 25 years.  As the director for First Five Fox Valley she serves as the strategic facilitator for a shared community vision where families and young children are supported by a coordinated, aligned system of resources. Prior to joining the birth to five work in the valley, Marchelle was the principal at Jefferson Elementary School in Green Bay.  During her tenure at Jefferson, the school was recognized twice by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction as a School of Recognition for Beating the Odds.  The honor goes to only a handful of Wisconsin public schools that demonstrate strong evidence of closing the achievement gaps among students from vulnerable populations. Marchelle also served as the district Equity Coordinator for Green Bay Schools for two years where she advocated for equitable outcomes for all students, working with educators, business leaders, legislators, philanthropic organizations and volunteers. She has worked passionately to improve the lives of children and families in rural, suburban and urban communities in Illinois, Arizona, California and Wisconsin. 

Marchelle holds a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from National-Louis University in Chicago and earned a bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education from DePaul University in Chicago.  

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