Tuesday, January 11, 2022
Livestream and Program: 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Join virtually on Tuesday, January 11 for an intimate conversation with Wisconsin's Chief Medical Officer Dr. Jasmine Zapata as she outlines her personal journey into the field of medicine and public health. She will discuss the highs and lows of her journey as well as what drives her and keeps her going behind the scenes. She will also discuss some of the initiatives she is currently working on as a clinician and public health leader in Wisconsin.
Dr. Zapata will be appearing virtually. The livestream will begin when the program starts.
About Dr. Jasmine Zapata
Dr. Jasmine Zapata is a double board certified physician specializing in the fields of Pediatrics and Preventive Medicine. She currently serves as the Chief Medical Officer and State Epidemiologist for Community Health within the Bureau of Community Health Promotion at the Wisconsin Department of Health where she provides expert guidance for a variety of public health promotion, planning and policy efforts. In this role she also serves as a member of the DHS COVID-19 Strategic Advisory Committee, co-chair of the Governor’s Health Equity Council Subcommittee on Power, Access, and Representation as well as co-chair of the Wisconsin Maternal Mortality Review Team. She is also an assistant professor at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health where she practices clinically in the newborn nursery and is involved in a variety of scholarly activities aimed at increasing diversity in medicine and promoting health equity. She has many lived experiences that help her uniquely connect with the communities she serves and is well known for her infectious energy, passionate advocacy, and heart for service. Her ultimate mission in life is to “heal, uplift, and inspire.”
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