You are invited to attend the Columbus, Georgia "Health Means Business" Forum organized by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, the Healthcare Georgia Foundation, the Columbus Georgia Chamber of Commerce, and Columbus State University’s Center for Health Disparities and Community-Based Research. The Forum aims to garner discussion and action around building a strong culture of health in rural communities through leveraging the influence of local and regional businesses to empower healthier individuals and communities through the areas of education, employment, and income.
This Forum is the 12th in a Forum series as part of the Health Means Business campaign to promote better health through economic opportunity. The Forum will explore the links between health and economic development, and is part of a national campaign sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. In addition to Columbus, GA other Forum locations included Denver, CO; Oklahoma City, OK; Orlando, FL; Fort Worth, TX; Memphis, TN; Indianapolis, IN; Cleveland, OH, Phoenix, AZ, Atlanta, GA, Los Angeles, CA and Chicago, IL. Please join prominent business and community leaders to discuss how together we can create a healthier Columbus.