Homer Venters '85 Selected as a Member of the Biden-Harris COVID-19 Health Equity Task Force

Homer Venters, M.D. ’85 was named in February of 2021 to serve as a non-federal member of the Biden-Harris COVID-19 Health Equity Task Force. Dr. Venters is a physician and epidemiologist with an impressive resume that includes serving as the Chief Medical Officer for New York City’s Correctional Health Services, Director of Programs at Physicians for Human Rights, President of the Community Oriented Correctional Health Services, and more. Dr. Venters was chosen for the task force because of his work at the intersection of incarceration and health and human rights.

Congratulations, Dr. Venters! We are incredibly proud of your accomplishments, and we know that your expertise and advocacy will serve the Biden-Harris COVID-19 Health Equity Task Force admirably.

 

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