The American Heart Association & Al Dia present “Addressing the Issues and Funding the Change”, a roundtable discussion about the AHA’s Bernard J. Tyson Social Impact Fund in Philadelphia.
Funded by an initial gift of $1 million by The Andréa W. and Kenneth C. Frazier Family Foundation, the Bernard J. Tyson Fund supports community-led, entrepreneurial social and economic solutions intended to improve health equity in Philadelphia. Tyson, a past president of the AHA, cared passionately about health equity and social justice, and the Bernard J. Tyson Impact Fund was created to honor his memory.
This Roundtable discussion will feature local entrepreneurs who received the first round of funding from the Bernard J. Tyson Fund to further their efforts in improving the lives and well-being of those living in North Philadelphia, as well as the Executive Vice President, Health Equity & Chief Diversity Officer from the AHA:
Founder & CEO, Viora Health
Health Services Market Lead, Ride Health
Saleemah McNeil, MS, MFT
Founder & Reproductive Psychotherapist, Oshun Family Center
Director, Community Doula & Lactation Program, Maternity Care Coalition
Executive VP, Health Equity & Chief Diversity Officer, American Heart Association