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Desired Outcomes• Strengthen and expand the network• Develop a shared understanding of one another’s work and how we fit in the broader effort• Learn about promising practices, culturally competent models and relevant research• Begin conversations toward creating a shared language and a unified vision• Identify individual and collective actions to advance the movement
Introductions, AGEnda &AnnouncementsCynthia Silva Parker,Interaction Institute for Social Change
IntroductionsAt tables, please share (less than one minuteeach):•Your name•Your organization•What brings you to this conversation?•What gives you hope about promotingbreastfeeding in your region?
Working Agreements• Share honestly about successes, barriers and confusion about the work• Listen to seek understanding• Think about what specific partnership opportunities exist• Welcome disagreement as clarifying• Be present• Meet new people and have fun!
Announcements• Get social – Join the conversation on Twitter #firstfood13 @WK_Kellogg_Fdn – Network weaving board• Be well!• Check out before morning session #firstfood13
Breakout SessionsRound One: 10:15 a.m.–12:15 p.m.• Achieving Health Equity through Culturally Competent Practices (Ardmore)• Successful Models of Engaging Fathers (Pittman)• Innovative Health Care Practices to Support Breastfeeding (Dunwoody)• Collaborating with Uncommon Partners (Chastain)• Let’s Talk Breastfeeding (Centennial)
Breakout SessionsRound TWO: 1:15P.m.–3:15 p.m.• Successful Awareness and Engagement Campaigns (Ardmore)• Catalyzing Cultural Change (Pittman)• Emerging Policy Opportunities (Dunwoody)• Applying Research and Data to Inform Our Work (Chastain)• Evaluation Strategies and Tools (Centennial)
CURBSIDE TASign up at the registration desk•WKKF grants, budgeting and financial reporting•Communications•Social media•Opinion research
CONVERSATION CAFÉ• Four rounds of conversation to learn from one another• Organized around elements of the Surgeon General’s Call to Action• Volunteer notetakers and live report out via Twitter at #firstfood13
ORGANIZED AroundThe Surgeon General’sCall to Action• Actions for Mothers and Their Families• Actions for Communities• Actions for Health Care• Actions for Employment• Actions for Research and Surveillance• Actions for Public Health Infrastructure
Round 1Group with similar issues• What’s working really well in my work?• What has been the key to that success?• What’s the next big thing we should be gearing up for? #firstfood13
Round 2Group with similar issues• What are major challenges in this work?• What are the gaps?• What do we need to know to move forward? #firstfood13
Round 3Group with Different issues• What is my work and how does it relate to breastfeeding? #firstfood13
Round 4Group with Different issues• What questions to we have – what do we need to know to take it to the next level?• What do we need to learn together?• What other partners do we need at the table? #firstfood13
Agenda HighlightsFRIDAY6:30 A.M. Optional Morning Walk7:45 A.M. Breakfast8:30 A.M. Morning Session • Surgeon General Dr. Regina Benjamin • Open Space
Housekeeping and Close• Check out before morning session• Evaluate the day
Open SpaceFIVE GUIDELINES•Whoever comes are the right people•Whenever it starts is the right time•Wherever it happens is the right place•Whatever happens is the only thing that could have•When its over, its overONE LAW•“Law of two feet"
First Food Forum 2013 conference welcome and schedule for day two. Presenter: Diana N. Derige, W.K. Kellogg Foundation