#PatientLeader Webinar: HealtheVoices18 Recap – Top Tips & Takeaways

HealtheVoices18 has come and gone – but the hype isn’t over yet!

HealtheVoices is a conference focused on bringing together Patient Leaders who represent a wide variety of health conditions, experience levels, and backgrounds. The conference strives to bring a diverse group of attendees each year, fostering an environment of engaging and insightful conversations.

Join us as we sit down with Imade, Howard and Daniel – three Patient Leaders who had the opportunity to attend HealtheVoices18. From this webinar you will learn what it’s like to attend the three-day event, their top takeaways and their best advice for landing yourself a spot at HealtheVoices19.


Don’t Miss

  • Get a feel for what it’s like to be a HealtheVoices attendee. From workshops and speakers to fun events and karaoke, we’ll explore what your day can look like as a HealtheVoices participant
  • Hear about each panel member’s favorite moments and how this three-day event has made a permanent impact on their advocacy
  • Learn more about the HealtheVoices Impact Fund and how you can apply for financial funds for your next advocacy project

Meet the Hosts



Imade Nibokun
Imade Nibokun is a writer and journalist living in the D.C. area. She originally wrote Depressed While Black for her 2015 Columbia University MFA thesis. Imade later expanded Depressed While Black into an online community and an in-progress book that explores race, religion, and romance all while popping Prozac and navigating therapy.



Howard Chang
Howard Chang has lived with severe psoriasis and eczema for almost 40 years, since childhood. He is a National Psoriasis Foundation Psocial Ambassador and Advocacy Action Network volunteer for the Western Region. Howard recently celebrated a decade of writing his featured column on Everyday Health, The Itch to Beat Psoriasis and also blogs on his website, PsoHoward.com.



Daniel Garza
HIV advocate for 16 years, focusing on education. Teaching students, from high school to universities, as well as the Latino community, where Spanish is first language.



Looking to learn even more about HealtheVoices? Check out Patient Leader and HealtheVoices attendee Brooke Abbott’s recap blog here.


Itching for more Patient Leader webinars? Check last month’s webinar, Instagram Platform Power Tips for Patient Leaders to start rocking your advocacy on Instagram.
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