Monday, June 8 at 3pm ET

The COVID-19 pandemic has underscored deep, persistent societal inequities. This webinar features a wide-ranging set of experts discuss the disparate effects COVID-19 has on communities of color, how to address these significant, persistent challenges, and what the All of Us Research Program is doing to engage a diverse community of participants across the Nation. A partnership with University of Michigan School of Public Health and ACCESS Community Health and Research Center.



  • Madiha Tariq, Deputy Director, ACCESS
  • Dr. Mouhanad Hammami, MD, MHSA, Senior Vice President of Safety Net Transformation, Community Benefit, Health and Well-Being, Trinity Health
  • Ronnie Tepp, Principal, HCM Strategists
  • Beth Niblock, Chief Information Officer, Chief Homeland Security & Emergency Management, City of Detroit