Change for Good Town Hall

August 13, 2020

Thursday, August 13, 2020
Virtual Event: 12-1 p.m. Central Time
Networking Session: Immediately following the event

The crises facing our nation have revealed how much children and families depend on schools for more than just a quality education. Schools serve as essential community anchors that provide daily meals, outdoor space and critical mental and physical health services.

With so much at stake in the upcoming election and the coming school year, Healthy Schools Campaign is hosting a virtual town hall to hear from national and local leaders, education and health experts, and you.

You’ll have the opportunity to participate in a break-out networking session to connect with other participants who care about helping students learn and thrive. Registration is free and open to all.

Healthy Schools Campaign Board Chair
Rob Rogers, President, School Health Corporation

Healthy Schools Campaign President + CEO
Rochelle Davis


John B. King Jr.
President + CEO, The Education Trust
Former U.S. Secretary of Education

Bechara Choucair, MD
Senior Vice President, Chief Health Officer, Kaiser Permanente
Former Commissioner, Chicago Department of Public Health

Rochelle Davis
President + CEO, Healthy Schools Campaign

Grassroots Voices
Parents, teachers and principals will share their perspectives on what should be prioritized for schools and children at this crucial time.

If you would like to support Healthy Schools Campaign, please consider making a donation. As a thank-you, we’ll send you a digital package of HSC staff-favorite program highlights like recipes, at-home activities, green-cleaning resources and more.

Presenting Sponsors

logo for Advocate Children's Hospital


GCM Grosvenor logo


Gold Sponsors

logo for Northern Trust | Healthy Schools Campaign



Silver Sponsors

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois

School Health Corporation

Trammell Crow Company



Questions? Contact Stephanie Palmisciano via email or by phone at 312-419-1810.

Sponsorship opportunities are available. Contact Ida Kuruvilla via email or by phone at 312-854-1953.