Brittney Drakeford Selected for New National Leadership Program to Build Health Equity

I’m ready to live in a community where all people have the opportunity to live the
healthiest life possible—regardless of their ethnicity, geography, race, socioeconomic
status, or physical circumstance. I know I can’t do it alone, so I’m collaborating with
leaders from a diverse range of fields—including transportation, education, food systems and many more—as part of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Culture of
Health Leaders program. I’m excited to embark on this journey and share it with this
community! Learn more at cultureofhealth-leaders.org

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Roots in Farming: Farm Experiences from the M-NCPPC Family

A few weeks back, a group of employees at the Prince George’s Planning Department, gave personal reflections on Roots in Farming: Farm Experiences from the M-NCPPC Family” as a part of the workplace professional development and lecture series. The purpose of the discussion was share our collective experience around the food system, while integrating these experiences with our daily work.

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