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Connecting Federal Priorities with Local Community Action
Monday, April 2
1:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m. (EDT)
Sharon Hoelscher Day, CFCS
Area Extension Agent, Family and Consumer Sciences
Regional Specialist, Nutritional Sciences
University of Arizona Cooperative Extension
• This 60-minute web conference focused on Connecting Federal Priorities with Local Community Action
• Learn about strategies that connect with women’s health through the life-cycle from early adolescents to seniors.
• Share your experiences and ideas through this interactive session
National association priorities and federal policies often link directly to local communities and outreach education. AAFCS Chalkley-Fenn Visiting Policy Scholar, Sharon Hoelscher Day, CFCS, will share how some of these connect with women’s health through the life-cycle from early adolescents to seniors.
Healthy Women for a Lifetime, includes education resources for individuals and Extension professionals plus related advocacy efforts. Some of her time in Washington DC was spent talking with national leaders of professional associations and non-project organizations and gaining insights in how priorities are determined and communicated.
Sharon will share her Chalkly-Fenn Scholar work in women’s health and its implications for Extension across the nation. There will also be an opportunity for participants to share how their state is connecting with federal policies and priorities in women's health.
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