Just as the virus exacerbated pre-existing medical conditions in individual bodies, the pandemic exploited and aggravated pre-existing structural weaknesses producing high vulnerability among essential workers, minorities, the poor, and underserved rural communities. Hear from leading practitioners about how we can realign systems to equitably support those most in need. Speakers include: Dr. Alondra Nelson, President, Social Science Research Council; Harold F. Linder Professor, Institute for Advanced Study (Moderator) Kimberly Teehee, Director of Government Relations, Cherokee Nation; Senior Vice President of Government Relations, Cherokee Nation Businesses Dr. Leandris Liburd, Associate Director for Minority Health and Health Equity, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Mary Kay Henry, International President, Service Employees International Union Rt Hon. David Miliband, President and CEO, International Rescue Committee Dr. Camara P. Jones, Senior Fellow, Morehouse School of Medicine; Former President, American Public Health Association The Futures Forum on Preparedness, a two-day, virtual event that occurred on January 12-13, 2021, brought together health, science, and policy leaders from more than 90 countries to debut groundbreaking research on the global COVID-19 response and reimagine the future of public health. Learn more: www.futuresforumonpreparedness.org

Alondra NelsonKimberly TeeheeCherokee NationCherokeeLeandris LiburdMary Kay HenryDavid MilibandCamara JonesCOVIDPandemicVaccinePreparednessSchmidt FuturesGoogleEric Schmidt[name of Speaker]World Health OrganizationWHOSocial Science Research CouncilSSRCOperation Warp SpeedAnthony FauciCDCWellcommRNAFareed ZakariaCNNBarbara BushInternational Rescue CommitteeIRCWorld BankHarvardColumbiaCornellYaleGeorgetownJoe Biden