International Women’s Month Town Hall Speaker Series
Please join us via ZOOM on Wednesday March 10th at 7pm as we welcome Dr. Meredith Robinson and Eunique Deean to discuss the history of Black women in American healthcare. If you have any questions for either of them, please send them to me in advance or we can take questions in the chat. We will close the evening from 8-8:30 with updates from the E4E working groups.
Dr. Meredith McMullen is an OBGYN with Kaiser in Southern California where she focuses on minimally invasive gynecologic surgery. She has extensive work in South Africa, Botswana and Uganda focusing on pediatric tuberculosis, reduction in mother-to-child transmission of HIV and housing and nutrition for children orphaned by AIDS.
Euni, also known as Eunique Deeann, is a multi-racial woman holding Black, Indigenous, and European ancestry currently taking up space on Kumeyaay territory known as Encinitas, CA. She is down with the pronouns she/her/they and shows up as a writer, artist, Full Spectrum Doula (in training), Ayurvedic Postpartum Chef, and Facilitator of Transition, Intimacy, Connection + Creativity. She is an advocate for mental wellness, reproductive autonomy, rebuilding communities that center accessibility and inclusion of marginalized group’s needs, and creating more spaces for all humans to heal, find empowerment, and thrive through community, connection, and support.