UZAZI VILLAGE COMMUNITY EXPERT REVIEW BOARD

Uzazi Village has created the Community Expert Review Board (CERB) to address the need for community input in research and policy as it pertains to Black and Brown communities. The CERB works with researchers and policymakers who identify and refine projects that impact communities of color. We welcome the opportunity to work with universities, non-profits, think tanks, social service agencies, and research and philanthropic organizations.

VISION:

Transformed quality and quantity of Black life

MISSION:

Revolutionize Black maternal infant health outcomes by amplifying the Black birth experience, fostering equitable research, and ensuring culturally congruent care

CERB MEMBERS

Sandra Thornhill   •   Cecilia Saffold      Shantris Fondren
Amanda Balabon       Keslie Spottsville      Natasha Bailey      Keesha King
Brittany Dwyer   •   Michaela Puryear      Shanice Robinson

CERB ACCOMPLISHMENTS
AND PROJECTS

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The development of the CERB orientation and training standards

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Attendance at the KU Frontiers Conference

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Ongoing Health Equity Consulting with the Community Action Board (CAB)

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The creation and establishment of CERB Establishment, including the development of the mission, vision, and goals

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The completion of a research trip Washington, DC and New York to collaborate with the Bronx Community Research Review Board (BxCRRB)

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The development of the Health Equity Diagram - Village Model

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The development of a COVID-19 Awareness Campaign, including topics such as breastfeeding and Covid-19, preparing for your virtual visit, and a hospital survey

Health Equity - Reaching Highest Human Potential Village Model

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