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Health and

Wellness Symposium Series 

A Plan Heal and United Nations Association Partnership 

To support the United Nation's Year 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Plan Heal will host a series of movie screenings, forums, and talks with leading topic experts, nonprofits, policy makers, healthcare organizations, startup founders, and advocates to encourage local and global change. 

9 Years to 2030

Movie and Discussion

Discussion Title: 

Women’s Health- Access and Self Advocacy-

SDG #3 Good Health and Well-Being, SDG #5 Gender Equality, and 

SDG #10 Reduced Inequalities 

 

Description: 

Plan Heal invites you to join an important and engaging movie screening and panel discussion, débuting, Better, a Plan Heal Production documentary motion-picture featuring the emotional and empowering health journeys of two women, Lillian and Lauren, both cancer thrivers, that refused to take “no” for an answer and used self-advocacy to get them to Better.

 

Panelists and the Better cast members will engage questions from the audience to discuss the featured movie and the following topics: 

-What is access to quality health.  

-How to be a better patient and self-advocate.   

 

Moderator 

Moderator: Tammy McMiller, Co-Founder & CEO, Plan Heal 

 

Panelists: 

Lauren Dillon, Cast Member 

Lillian Kreppel, Cast Member 

The Oncology team of Affiliated Oncologists 

May 20 @ 6PM CT 

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Calendar

Friday, April 9, 2021

7:00 p.m. US CT 

Movie Debut Screening and Panel Discussion- attend this event. 

Panel Discussion 

October 1, 2020- This event has ended.  

Event Partner

Chicago Water Week Anchored by Current- Chicago's Water Hub 

Discussion Title: 

Water Access for Urban Food Production and Sovereignty-

SDG #3 Good Health and Well-Being and SDG #6 Clean Water and Sanitation 

 

Description: 

Plan Heal invites you to join an important and engaging conversation about water access and urban food production. The guest panel will include a diverse mix of leaders from United Nations- ChicagoBig Green Chicago, and Advocates for Urban Agriculture

 

Panelists will engage questions from audience viewers and discuss: 

-Global Water Sustainability Goals- Data Share  

-How Water Access Helps Some Chicagoans Access Fresh Produce   

-Water Advocacy to Support Urban Farmers 

 

Moderator and Panel Members 

Moderator: Tammy McMiller, Co-Founder & CEO, Plan Heal 

 

Panelists: 

-Magdalena  Zlatkova, President, United Nations of Chicago 

-Sam Koentopp, Program Manager, Big Green Chicago 

-Ilana Marder-Epstein, Program Coordinator, Big Green Chicago 

-Sean Ruane, Executive Director, Advocates for Urban Agriculture