Health Impact Project Holds its First Annual Grantee Meeting in Washington D.C.

Health Impact Project Holds its First Annual Grantee Meeting in Washington D.C.

The Health Impact Project held its first annual Grantee Meeting in Washington D.C., January 25 and 26. The meeting brought current grantees to meet with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Human Impact Partners and a select group of practitioners and experts. Grantees gathered from around the country to network, share successes and challenges and discuss strategies to advance their HIA efforts.

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