EEF CEO and Founder was selected to participate in a panel discussion at University of Florida

GAINESVILLE, FL. (EEF News) – (post submitted) During the UF College of Medicine’s annual Celebration of Diversity Week, faculty, students, staff and community members gathered to acknowledge the strides the college has made toward greater diversity, equity and inclusion, and to hold discussions about how the college can improve.

“We are happy that after two years we were able to be face-to-face again,” said Donna Parker, M.D., associate dean for diversity and health equity. “As in past years, I hope students, residents, staff, faculty and leaders came away from these events with excitement and ideas about how we can advocate to improve the health of our communities.”

Dr. Scott will participate in a panel discussion about K-12 education alongside Principal Curtis Peterson and first lady Principal Mrs. Tova Peterson.

Diversity Week

Save the Dates: Monday, April 10- Saturday, April 15

Community Panel – Friday, April 14
11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. | Harrell Medical Education Building North Learning Studio room 125; virtual viewing available via Zoom

Panelists Curtis Peterson, Tova Peterson and Dr. Carjie Scott will lead a discussion on K-12 education.

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