MyUzima works with a number of partners and sponsors for whom improving health outcomes in Black and underserved communities is important.

Current Sponsors and Partners

Rodham Institute logoRodham Institute - The Institute seeks to apply the transformative power of education to achieve health equity in Washington, DC. Dr. Kendra Outler is designated as an Impact Speaker by the Rodham Institute and is featured in their Speaker Series, where she has focused on health-related topics such as breast cancer. The Institute partners with MyUzima to share health information to the Black community.


LOGOMORGANStateuniversityMorgan State University - Morgan State fulfills its mission to address the needs and challenges of the modern urban environment through intense community studies and pioneering solutions. Partnering with MyUzima helps the university expand its educational reach for their students and the wider community.

 

lace up logoLACE UpLeading Athletes to Continued Excellence, LACE Up, has partnered with MyUzima since 2019 to promote wellness and educational excellence by featuring D1 NCAA athletes as ambassadors of excellence. Our Healthy Teeth and Gums initiative is just one of LACE Up's our successful community activities.

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NDA-HEALTH NOW  - NDA-HEALTH NOW, the signature program of the National Dental Association, is working with MyUzima as part of its national, community-based, grassroots health initiative. They are a LACE Up partner.

 

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The LSU Health Science Center Department of Psychiatry - The Lousiana State University Health Science Center department, led by Dr Rahn Bailey, is partnering with MyUzima on the epidemic of gun violence and to increase awareness of how to address gun violence trauma in communities across the United States.

 


David Satcher InstituteThe Satcher Health Leadership Institute - Executive Director Daniel Dawes is partnering with MyUzima to educate the public as part of SHLI's community outreach and mission to be a transformative force for health equity in providing information on the social and political determinants of health.

 

 

 

 


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If your organization wishes to assist MyUzima in its mission, please become a sponsor or partner.

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