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Building Healthy Places – Boise

February 19, 2014
7:30 am - 9:30 am
Boise Centre
850 W.Front Street
Boise, ID 83702 United States
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Diane Kushlan
208 433-9352


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Building Healthy Places:

Raising Awareness of the Relationship between Health and the Built Environment

Our community, like so many others, faces pressing health challenges related to the built environment.  Last year ULI Idaho began a discussion with community leaders asking them what they valued in a healthy community.  Raising awareness on the connection between health and the built environment is an important first step.  Join us as we engage ULI leadership and key community thought leaders in sharing their perspective on the link between health and the built environment and the number of local initiatives underway to promote health and healthy places.

This is the first of several ULI Idaho programs focusing on health and the built environment planned for 2014.

Keynote Speaker

Michael Horst is Senior Vice-President for the ULI Robert C. Larson Leadership Initiative, and a senior staff adviser for ULI’s Building Healthy Places Initiative, Urban Land Institute, Washington, DC. Michael will describe how ULI globally is working to promote development practices that are conducive to active lifestyles, social interaction and prosperity. He will share lessons learned from ULI research reports and Advisory Services Panels and explain how communities that encourage healthy living choices can attract new investment and gain a competitive advantage.

Panel of Local Community Leaders

Jim Everett, CEO of the Treasure Valley YMCA

TJ Thomson, Boise City Council Member

Rebecca Lemmons, Policy Analyst, Central District Health

Christopher Roth, CEO, St Luke’s Medical Center

Bob Taunton, Taunton Group and ULI Idaho Past Chair (Moderator)

Closing Remarks: Kristin Armstrong, two-time Olympic Gold Medal winner, time trails

All attendees will have an opportunity to participate in a lively interactive polling session to rank the key takeaways from the program.

Four Easy Ways to Register

Online: Click the Orange button below (credit cards)

Phone: 800-321-5011  (credit Cards)                     

Fax: 800-248-4585 or 410-626-7148 or Mail Registration  form to ULI Idaho, PO Box 418363, Boston, MA 02241-8363

Deadline for registration: Monday February 17, 2014

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