“The Health Equity Impact Experience was an immersive, deeply connecting, and consequential experience. It provided high quality information and insight, shared with us by community leaders, medical practitioners, and scholars alike, wrapped in context, meaning, and art, turning the firehose of information into actionable knowledge. The ripples of this event will be felt far and wide. I am inspired by the conversations we had, the people I met, and the work that each individual and the group as a community is doing to advance health equity.”  - Sofia Carlton, PhD, Senior Scientist, EVELO




Friday, December 3rd and Saturday, December 4th, 2021

Are you ready to explore—with a group of peers—institutional inequity in health care,  your own bias, and what true system change could look like?  

Are your stakeholders—patients, staff, faculty, donors, partners, board members,  investors—asking new or more urgent questions about inclusion and equity in your organization? Are you looking for a new support system for driving change? 

Join us for an immersive learning experience and activate new commitments, resources, and direction for taking action and making an impact towards health equity. 


The upcoming Health Equity Impact Experience online convening will take place on Friday, December 3rd, and on Saturday, December 4th. Learn more and register HERE.

The convening includes guest panelists, live musical offerings, and a virtual place-based tour of Montgomery, Alabama to contextualize our understanding of the underpinnings of structural racism and inequality and the present-day impact on health disparities. There will also be pre-readings and pre and post-engagement. 


Questions? We would love to connect with you and share more about our work in driving health equity. Please contact: hello@impact-experience.com


The Impact Experience experience team is leading a series of Health Equity convenings that provide integrated data, immersive learning experiences, and storytelling as participants explore the ways in which structural bias continues to influence healthcare outcomes. This work is in partnership with Nina Kjellson, General Partner at Canaan and Health Innovator Fellow with the Aspen Institute.


The foundation for the Health Equity Impact Experience is grounded in Montgomery, Alabama a city with deep historical roots in the Atlantic and domestic slave trade and one of the birthplaces of the Civil Rights movement. 


During the Health Equity Impact Experience, a small group of decision-makers in healthcare engage in meaningful dialogue to co-create solutions towards more equitable outcomes in healthcare. A virtual guided tour through the history of Montgomery, Alabama provides the foundation for discussion. Provocateurs offer insights and critical questions for exploring the unique and nuanced challenges and opportunities within the healthcare industry. The convergence of data and experience sheds light on long-standing, systemic biases that perpetuate adverse health outcomes for people of color. By deepening the understanding of the legacy of slavery, racial terror, government-sponsored compulsory sterilization, medical violence, and present-day manifestations of the structures that continue to uphold and perpetuate inequity and injustice within our healthcare systems and communities, participants build a community and support system in order to catalyze future programs and interventions.

  • Anchorage

  • Oakland

  • Los Angeles

  • New York

  • Williamson

  • New Orleans

  • Oaxaca

  • South Carolina

  • Detroit

  • India

  • Philippines

  • Buffalo, NY

  • Kansas

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