48th Annual Lillian Runnerstrom Fall Dinner
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About the Event
Join us for our 48th annual Lillian Runnerstrom Fall Dinner as we celebrate our work, reconnect with colleagues, and meeting new students. This year’s guest speaker, Ana Delgado, MS, RN, CNM, will address anti-racism and application to midwifery care.
Since we will be meeting virtually, all procceds from tickets will be donated directly to PAC. Please select the donation tier that best suits you.
About this year's guest speaker, Ana Delgado:
Ana Delgado, MS, RN, CNM is a Clinical Professor in the UCSF Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences, San Francisco General Hospital (SFGH) Division. Ana splits her time between clinical practice and administration at SFGH. She acts as the Assistant Director of Inpatient Obstetrics, primarily responsible for quality improvement (QI) and systems change, and as Director of Inpatient Services for the Nurse-Midwives of ZSFG, a 45 year-old, autonomous midwifery service. She also manages a contract to provide prenatal care services at Mission Neighborhood Health Center, a federally qualified health center in the community that cares for primarily Spanish-speaking immigrants. Recently Ana was named Co-Director for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion for the UCSF ZSFG OBGYN division, recognizing her commitment to health equity. She is passionate about diversifying the midwifery profession and centering the voices of people of color in her work. Additionally, Ana sits on several San Francisco county-wide initiatives aiming at improving perinatal care for low-income women in San Francisco, partnering with the San Francisco Department of Public Health and non-profit, community-based organizations to transform how low-income women are supported and cared for throughout the reproductive life cycle.
- Student Ticket$10$100$0
- Generous Member$30$300$0
- Very Generous Member$40$400$0
- No donation$0$00$0