It was a success because the experiences brought to the audience cover the comprehensive world of health. From smarter lighting systems (@smartlight_erc) to a sustainable Chesapeake Bay (@ChesapeakeBay). Less about technology, more about what is done with it. Less about buying the box, more about leadership in using the box well.
See for yourself. If you’re wondering why I didn’t take any photographs of the actual lights from Light City, it’s because I was indoors, engaging in presenter/audience-centered care. Not to worry, there were far more expert photographers and videographers on the scene at all times.
Did I mention I have never emceed a conference before? Well, I’m a family physician, we’re flexible 🙂 . And not to worry, I still got plenty of physical activity. No passivity on my watch.
Thanks again to the Light City Baltimore (@LightCityBmore) team and Kaiser Permanente Mid-Atlantic States (@KPMidAtlantic) to take part. As Jamie McDonald (@genero_city), the Volunteer Chair for Light City said, this is about creating a social movement.
One of the best quotes about this comes from an LGBTQ activist who said
â€œHistory isnâ€™t something you look back at and say it was inevitableâ€
Enjoy, all photos creative commons licensed (of course).