2014 New Hampshire Millennial Action Summit

2014 New Hampshire Millennial Action Summit

Dartmouth Events

2014 New Hampshire Millennial Action Summit

A Symposium on Health and Education in the 21st Century **Early registration ends on Tuesday, April 22nd**

Saturday, May 3, 2014
Dartmouth College
Intended Audience(s): Public

Expert speakers and industry executives will come together to question how we can close the huge health and education disparities that exist today and take a deeper look at the changing healthcare and education landscapes. 

Healthcare topics include:

  • Value-based care
  • Pharmaceutical and biotech growth
  • Non-physician primary care providers
  • Innovations in health care delivery
  • And more.

Education topics include:

  • Teacher preparation and quality instruction
  • Meaning assessment
  • Common Core curriculum
  • Higher education cost transformations
  • And more.

Breakout sessions involve active attendee participation and are intended to provide for thoughtful discussion and debate. Attendees will have the opportunity to attend a keynote, two breakout sessions, and three panels.

Preliminary List of Speakers and Panelists:

  • Philip Hanlon, PhD, President, Dartmouth College
  • Elliott Fisher, MD, MPH, Director, The Dartmouth Institute; Director, Population Health
  • Gene Harkless, DNSC, ARNP, President, New Hampshire Nurse Practitioner Association
  • Charles Wheelan, PhD, Founder, The Centrist Project
  • Nick Troiano, Co-Founder, The Can Kicks Back; National Campus Director, Americans Elect
  • Stuart Kahl, PhD, President Emeritus, Measured Progress
  • Arthur McKee, PhD, Managing Director, National Council on Teacher Quality
  • Bill Duncan, President, Advancing New Hampshire Public Education
  • Andrew Kelly, PhD, Director, Center on Higher Education Reform

If you find interest in the intersection of health and education, politics and policy, or business and design, this summit will provide you with an opportunity to learn about the big industry trends and leading innovations in these sectors while engaging as active participators in an exciting age of policymaking!

See schedule: http://www.millennialactioncoalition.org/#!schedule/c1uka

Register here: http://www.millennialactioncoalition.org/#!registration/c8dm

***All meals will be catered throughout the day and we are able to reimburse the registration fee if it proves to be a financial deterrent for prospective attendees.

Please reach out with any questions: [email protected]


About us: Millennial Action Coalition 

We are a grassroots advocacy group that looks to mobilize students and communities around an actionable agenda and leverage our collective voice for tangible change. We see pressing issues within healthcare and education that demand our attention and we strive to address them through innovative, state-based action. We will be tweeting in the weeks leading up to the conference at @CoalitionVoices; follow to stay informed!

For more information, contact:
Thomas Wang '16

Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.