2020 HealthyWomen Annual Event

2020 HealthyWomen Annual Event

Please join us for a virtual event celebrating innovation, evolution and revelations in women's health.

Programs



Innovation, Evolution and Revelations: The Year of Health Care Change

Please join us for a 90-minute virtual event celebrating innovation and evolution in women's health with special guest and Emmy award winner, Fran Drescher.

The star of "The Nanny" recently opened up to HealthyWomen in an exclusive interview about her cancer journey.

Tickets are limited. Please register here by September 15.


Schedule at a Glance

  • 12:45 p.m.: Check-in and Networking
  • 1:05 p.m.: Welcoming Remarks
  • 1:15 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.: Program Discussion and Panel Commentary
  • 2:00 p.m. - 2:15 p.m.: Closing Remarks

Innovators

Lotus Malbris, MD, PhD
Vice President, Chief Development Officer, Global Clinical Development, Immunology, Eli Lilly and Company

Sabra Klein
Professor of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Amber Bynum
Operations Walmart Health

Marsha B. Henderson
Associate Commissioner for Women's Health, FDA, retired

Megan Hall
Senior Director of Medical Communications in Medical Affairs, GRAIL, Inc.

To RSVP

Visit CelebrateHealthyWomen.org to reserve tickets and learn about sponsor opportunities.

The deadline for corporate sponsorship is September 10.

Tickets are limited. Please register by September 15.

Questions?

Please contact CelebrateInnovation@healthywomen.org

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