Join Us in Savannah, GA
We are pleased to welcome you to the 2022 Economic Mobility & Well-Being Conference produced by the American Public Human Services Association (APHSA) for the American Association of SNAP Directors (AASD), the National Association for Program Information and Performance Measurement (NAPIPM), and the National Association of State TANF Administrators (NASTA).
Our Commitment to Meeting Safely
APHSA takes the safety and well-being of our attendees seriously as we continue to plan in-person events for 2022. All attendees will be required to provide proof of full vaccination to attend any in-person event through our secure portal. If an attendee is not vaccinated, proof of a negative COVID-19 test (home tests are not accepted) is taken within 48-72 hours before arriving at the event to attend an APHSA event. APHSA will provide a secure upload portal for attendees to provide their information. Each attendee will be required to present either their vaccination card or, if they are not vaccinated, proof of a negative COVID-19 test administered by a pharmacy/lab showing the date and time administered, their name, and results at the time of check-in at registration. The accepted test type for a COVID-19 test for travel is the PCT/NAAT, administered by local pharmacies and/or labs. Results are typically returned to individuals electronically within 1-2 days showing the date, time, individual’s name, and test results. No home tests will be accepted as proof of negative tests.
Registration At Full Capacity
The venue capacity had been reached with our record 590+ registrations. However, we will offer on-demand recordings afterward available for purchase. Check back later for further details to be announced.
We look forward to connecting and welcoming your participation in the EMWB and APHSA events in the future!
Featured Speakers & 2022 Highlights
Sunday, August 14 – Highlights
Welcome General Session | 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM
APHSA & Georgia Welcome
Advancing Economic Mobility Through a Race Equity Lens
Monday, August 15 – Highlights
General Session | 8:30 AM – 10:00 AM
Opening General Session
Creating a Just, Equitable, and Sustainable Food System
Moderator: Helena Bottemiller Evich
Food and Agriculture Reporter
If the past two years have shown us anything, it’s that we cannot solve hunger or economic inequality alone. As we look toward the impending end of the national public health emergency and opportunities such as the 2023 Farm Bill, it is essential that we are led by those most affected by hunger, and create partnerships across the public, private, and community sectors to build interconnected systems that create meaningful access to food. This general session will explore how to leverage SNAP and other nutrition supports in partnership with community to work toward a food system that is just, equitable, and sustainable for the long term.
Tuesday, August 16 – Highlights
General Session | 11:45 AM – 1:45 PM
Creating Community-Led Paths to Economic Mobility
Moderator: Derrick Anderson
Executive Director, Race Matters for Juvenile Justice
During this session, a panel of leading national and community voices will draw on their experiences to reflect on how our public systems can work in alignment to support families in their path to family-sustaining wages and remove structural barriers communities face to achieve upward mobility. Particular focus will be given to how we can redesign the way we deliver services by listening to the voices of the people we serve and working in partnership with the community. Through this conversation-style format, panelists will reflect on what has worked and where we have fallen short to promote economic mobility in our country and what changes in policies, practices, and infrastructure are needed to lay the building blocks for a future where all Americans have the tools they need to realize their full potential.
Wednesday, August 17th – Keynote Speaker
Closing General Session | 9:45 AM – 11:30 AM
Are You Ready to Unleash Your Inner Winner?
Natalie Fikes CNE,CDE,CNC
Speaker & Facilitator; Named “Best Speaker of Today”
Everyone wants to win but not everyone knows how to be a winner. A winning mindset, like success in business, isn’t handed to you. You have to build a winning mindset over time and Natalie Fikes, our closing keynote speaker, will light your way. You have unlimited, untapped potential inside of you, waiting to be discovered. It's time to connect with your purpose and activate, master, and unleash your inner winner. Be inspired to dream big, trust yourself, embrace a positive attitude, and celebrate progress not perfection.
Countdown to August 14 – Join Us In Savannah
Early Registration Ends July 15
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Hotel & Travel Info
The Marriott Savannah Riverfront is the home of the 2022 Economic Mobility & Well-Being Conference. Located in the heart of historic Savannah, Georgia, explore the warmth and beauty of Georgia's oldest city from our riverfront location, with many top attractions, shops, and restaurants just a short stroll away.