211 Steering Council Webinar - Leveraging Community Information Exchanges for Equitable and Inclusive Data
Senior Director of Programs, Bay Area
Artrese joined Health Leads in August 2020 and facilitates program design, development, implementation, and operations. Artrese has over twenty-five years of expertise in leadership roles managing government and nonprofit programs. Before joining Health Leads, Artrese directed programs for the Alameda County Community Food Bank and served as a senior leader for Project Open Hand. Artrese is a dynamic leader who inspires and develops people, a respected and accomplished activator who consistently communicates a clear vision and strategy for reaching goals, and an engaging relationship builder who develops authentic and collaborative working relationships to unify people and inspire innovative ideas. Along with being a wife and mother of a teenage son, Artrese holds a 3rd-degree Black belt in Hapkido.
Senior Consultant, Strategic Initiatives
2-1-1 San Diego
Beth Johnson brings over fifteen years of experience managing national projects and learning collaboratives to inform and support 211/CIE San Diego’s national movement. She co-facilitates collaborative learning events and supports technical assistance for communities nationwide in the early stages of planning and implementing community information exchanges (CIEs). Before joining 211/CIE San Diego, Beth was a director at AcademyHealth, developing collaborative learning infrastructure for researchers and communities to share best practices, challenges, and lessons learned around using and exchanging electronic data to improve population health and patient outcomes.