Social Justice Series: Session 2
Topic: Technology, Environmental Justice and the Built Environment
Synopsis: A conversation on urban policy and tech issues: Strategies for health equity centered around technology’s impacts on urban life, governance, and the built environment.
Speaker: Molly Turner, MA
Molly Turner is a leading expert on technology startups and cities. Through her teaching at the University of California, Berkeley Haas School of Business and her work in the field, she has shaped the conversation about technology’s impacts on urban life and governance. Turner is deeply engaged in urban policy and tech issues through her work with city leaders and tech startups and her service on the boards of urban policy think tank SPUR, and non-profit affordable housing developer BRIDGE Housing. Turner holds a Master in urban planning from Harvard University and a BA from Dartmouth College.
Our annual lecture series is given by experts in the field of public policy, public health and social justice to help our students and community understand the upstream root causes, implications, opportunities and solutions of social determinants of health. Learn more about our upcoming Social Justice Series Sessions.