Photo Friday: Washington, DC USA, April 4, 1968 and November 16, 2014

View Composites – 1968 and 2014 – Washington, DC USA 49693 on Flickr.com I have been learning how to combine photos recently, and I am a fan of everything Washington, DC, history, and diversity, so…. Only one of the two photographs in the composite is mine. The other was taken on April 4, 1968, the … Continue reading Photo Friday: Washington, DC USA, April 4, 1968 and November 16, 2014

Video: My intro to my largest walking meeting ever – Walking Summit 2013

How you get 500 people out of a hotel basement in 5 minutes, and not because it's an emergency.

I didn’t realize this had been posted until a small bird told me – thanks Kate Ellington (@kateellington)! I am talking really fast because: I had 5 minutes to help 500 people leave a hotel basement to start a walking meeting I needed to get them back on time, otherwise I’d never get to throw … Continue reading Video: My intro to my largest walking meeting ever – Walking Summit 2013

A moment of realness in Washington, DC, on the passing of Marion Barry

View “Ride life until the wheels fall off” Special amazing DC moment, honoring MarionBarryJr in Anacostia on Flickr.com I came back to Anacostia sooner than I thought. Washington, DC is an incredible place because people here believe everything is possible, because it is, and at the same times, the problems to be solved are not … Continue reading A moment of realness in Washington, DC, on the passing of Marion Barry

Photo Friday: 2014 International Transgender Day of Remembrance, Washington, DC USA

View International Transgender Day of Remembrance, Washington, DC USA 49825 on Flickr.com The Transgender Day of Remembrance serves several purposes. It raises public awareness of hate crimes against transgender people, an action that current media doesn’t perform. Day of Remembrance publicly mourns and honors the lives of our brothers and sisters who might otherwise be … Continue reading Photo Friday: 2014 International Transgender Day of Remembrance, Washington, DC USA

Innovation often happens in out of the way places

View Innovation Happens in Out of the Way Places, Washington DC USA 49759 on Flickr.com …. when using human centered design. Arli Christian (see staff bios here), from the National Center for Transgender Equality (@TransEquality), is joining the sponsor group for Project Lantern, which will explore the transgender person life and health experience using a … Continue reading Innovation often happens in out of the way places

Video Friday: DC Mayor’s Health Care Sustainability Pledge

Now posted on the Washington, DC Mayor (@mayorvincegray) YouTube channel. And yes it was a huge honor to co-introduce him with my Executive Director of the Center for Total Health (@KPTotalHealth). More photos and info about this event : Sustainable Washington, DC USA Similar Posts: Photo Friday: Sustainable Washington, DC USA Standing on the Right … Continue reading Video Friday: DC Mayor’s Health Care Sustainability Pledge

Primary Care shouldn’t be sustainable, it should be FANTASTIC. My time at the AAFP Assembly 2014

I love my specialty (family medicine). So much that I took the time to learn about its history and write a series of blog posts about it. View ‘#AAFP2014 JackHCochran “Primary care shouldn’t be sustainable, it should be FANTASTIC” #FMRevolution’ on Flickr.com I also love great leadership, which is why it was great to participate … Continue reading Primary Care shouldn’t be sustainable, it should be FANTASTIC. My time at the AAFP Assembly 2014