Join Mothers Out Front for a provoking discussion with Professor Emeritus Howard Frumkin of the University of Washington School of Public Health on the lessons learned from our current public health crisis and how we can take them forward to tackle the climate crisis.
Please note: The time of this event is 4:00pm PDT/7:00pm EDT.
Background information on our guest, Professor Emeritus Howard Frumkin:
Howard Frumkin, a physician and epidemiologist, is Professor Emeritus of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences at the University of Washington. Previously he was head of the Our Planet, Our Health initiative at the Wellcome Trust (2018-19), Dean of the University of Washington School of Public Health (2010-16), Director of the National Center for Environmental Health at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2005-10), and Professor and Chair of Environmental and Occupational Health at Emory University (1990-2005). His research interests include health aspects of the built environment, climate change, energy policy, nature contact, and sustainability. He was educated at Brown (A.B.), Penn (M.D.), and Harvard (M.P.H. and Dr.P.H.). He is an avid cyclist, paddler, and hiker. He is married to global health journalist Joanne Silberner, and has two children, Gabe, a law student, and Amara, a medical student.