Hear new voices of radon-induced lung cancer survival woven throughout the Symposium. Be inspired by how three Keynote Speakers diagnosis and recovery shifted personal passions to an action planBe a part of their plan and take away new tools to increase radon testing and mitigation in your service area.  You will discover new directions for radon policy, emerging technical advances in measurement and mitigation, and cutting-edge radon science and research.  Visit  the  Trade Show featuring radon and business-related companies offering useful and interesting products and services.
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Monday, October 1 • 3:45pm - 4:30pm
Strategy: Environmental Justice Practices

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Low-income families, and particularly those in racial minority communities, are often least equipped to protect themselves from environmental health hazards. This session highlights three important efforts to deliver health equity in Colorado, Kentucky and Pennsylvania.

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Nate Burden

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Renee Fox

Health Educator and Program Coordinator, University of Kentucky College of Nursing
Renee Fox is the Program Coordinator for the University of Kentucky – College of Nursing’s BREATHE Radon Policy Division, providing health education and direction for all radon initiatives. Her expertise includes health education, communications and marketing. Renee received her... Read More →
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Chrystine Kelley

Environmental Protection Specialist, Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment
Chrystine Kelley has been an Environmental Protection Specialist with the Colorado DPH & E, Hazardous Materials and Waste Management Division for the past 26 years. Serving as Colorado’s Radon Program Manager for 14 years, she also serves on the Executive Stakeholders Committee... Read More →

Monday October 1, 2018 3:45pm - 4:30pm EDT