AHLA Celebrates Women's History Month
- March, 01, 2022
AHLA celebrates Women’s History Month with members and the broader health law community, highlighting the month’s theme of “Providing Healing, Promoting Hope.” All are invited to join AHLA in celebrating this month by learning about the achievements of women in health law and finding opportunities to further our shared goal of eliminating barriers to health equity.
AHLA members are encouraged to participate in AHLA’s many programs, initiatives, and educational tools this month to celebrate, educate, and observe Women’s History Month. Join AHLA today through:
- Engaging in courageous conversations in our Women in Health Law Network. This Community was built for discussion among health law professionals interested in women’s issues and provide a forum for women health law professionals to find one another and connect over their perspectives and shared experiences in the industry.
- Sharing your story. AHLA invites members this month to share with us who inspired you, what work there still needs to be done within our community, or how you celebrate Women’s History month. Members can upload a video for AHLA to amplify today.
- Reading AHLA President Cynthia Y. Reisz's Article in Connections. AHLA’s President shared a personal and contemplative reflection in Health Law Connections Magazine. Members can read her article in the latest issue.
- Listening to AHLA’s three-part podcast series, sponsored by Pinnacle, highlighting women in the health law field:
- In the first episode, Jennifer Cottrell, COO/CFO, Pinnacle Healthcare Consulting, speaks with Dr. Melinda Estes, President and CEO of Saint Luke’s Health System and 2020 Chair of the American Hospital Association.
- In the second episode, Jennifer Cottrell, COO/CFO, Pinnacle Healthcare Consulting, speaks with Catherine Hanaway, Chair of national law firm Husch Blackwell.
- In the third episode, Jennifer Cottrell, COO/CFO, Pinnacle Healthcare Consulting, speaks with Lisa Vandecaveye, General Counsel for The Joint Commission, a nonprofit organization that accredits thousands of U.S. health care organizations and programs.
- Providing or Updating your Demographic Information. The more data AHLA has about our membership, the better equipped we are to set benchmarks and goals to increase diversity in our volunteer pool.
- Exploring AHLA's Health Law Hub on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Health Care. This hub includes information to help members and the public stay informed on these important issues, providing in-depth analysis that furthers conversations to facilitate change.
- Hosting a Day of Understanding. AHLA has incorporated a time for open dialogue to inspire change in various areas of IDEA at each monthly staff meeting.