Our first guest is David Morgan – Multicultural Media Correspondents Association (MMCA) President. Mr. Morgan will discuss the upcoming event the 4th Annual Multicultural Media Correspondents Dinner (MMCDTM) #MMCD, which will again be held at the National Press Club on July 9, 2019.
Following the awards gala, On July 10, MMCA will continue the inclusion and representation conversation with its inaugural Media Diversity Innovation Summit at the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center. Congresswoman Val Demings (D-FL), Chair of the Media Diversity Congressional Braintrust, is honorary host. The Summit, entitled “Taking Control of the Media Diversity Crisis,” is designed to unearth common ground solutions that policy makers and industry leaders can support and scale to increase opportunities for people of color to profitably create, own, control and distribute media content – news, entertainment and advertising. The Summit will include fireside chats and panel discussions featuring studio and network executives, news organization executives, prominent producers of color, multicultural broadcasters, and new media platform owners. For more information please visit: www.mmcadc.org
Our next guest is Dan Klein, President and CEO, Patient Access Network (PAN) Foundation. He will be discussing the topic: How Can Today’s Seniors and Caregivers Can Best Manage & Afford Critical Medical Treatments & Prescription Medications
The Pan Foundation is the largest independent charitable organization dedicated to helping people afford out-of-pocket costs for prescribed treatments, to discuss tips and resources to help seniors and their caregivers effectively manage and control a chronic illness. Dan discusses the topic: How Can Today’s Seniors and Caregivers Can Best Manage & Afford Critical Medical Treatments & Prescription Medications.
Dan Klein brings over 35 years of executive leadership in healthcare and information technology services to the PAN Foundation. Since joining the PAN Foundation in 2014, Dan has expanded PAN’s capacity to help the growing number of patients who need financial assistance, strengthened PAN’s compliance program to ensure that PAN continues to fulfill its mission in strict compliance with regulations, and implemented new technology to enhance the patient experience and better support the needs of healthcare providers and pharmacists. Dan previously served as Senior Vice President for the Cystic Fibrosis Services specialty pharmacy and then as Senior Vice President for Patient Access Programs at the Cystic Fibrosis (CF) Foundation. For more information go to:https://panfoundation.org