New Summit at The Hatchery Focuses on Public Health Innovation

Rollins Innovation Summit

Two-week event offers new approaches to driving meaningful change

The Hatchery, Center for Innovation at Emory University is the ideal setting for the upcoming launch of a new in-person conference dedicated to innovating public health solutions that also promote social good and foster business growth.

Bringing together private sector leaders and academic partners for immersive learning and hands-on problem solving in the public health arena, The Hatchery hosts the inaugural Rollins Innovation Summit on Aug. 16-27.

The two-week program is a collaboration between Emory University Rollins School of Public Health, innovation and impact consultancy Orange Sparkle Ball, and health informatics firm Double Lantern Informatics.

Registration for industry participants is still available, by clicking here.

“The Hatchery is excited to support the Rollins Innovation Summit. The facility is purpose-built to create learning opportunities that bring current Emory students and staff together with alumni and outside partners to optimized outcomes for all parties, and this program checks all those boxes,” said Shannon Clute, PhD, Director of The Hatchery. “We can’t wait to see how Rollins alumnae Meaghan Kenney and Elizabeth Sprouse deliver the program and utilize the space to benefit everyone involved.”

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