Join us on August 26, 2019 in Minneapolis, Minnesota for Coordinator Camp 2019!
Coordinator Camp is a conference brought to you by the Youth Engagement Alliance for Tobacco Control, a program of the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids.
Coordinator Camp is designed specifically for coordinators who work with youth tobacco control programs around the country, and allows coordinators to come together to be participants instead of facilitators or chaperones.
This conference is designed to bring people together to learn about best practices for youth engagement in tobacco control, share ideas and strategize about how to mobilize youth to end the tobacco epidemic.
Coordinator Camp 2019 agenda coming soon!
Couldn’t make it or interested in reviewing the amazing material covered at Coordinator Camp 2017? Download slides from our sessions below and check out some highlights from the day!
Building Programs that Maximize Youth Engagement
Amanda Irizarry – The Advocacy Institute (Philadelphia, PA)
Reggie Cajayon – Texas School Safety Center
Ines Alex Parks – Truth Initiative (National)
Overcoming Funding Challenges in Youth Tobacco Prevention
Angela Brumley-Shelton – Lexington-Fayette County Health Department (Kentucky)
Garin Buttermore – Iowa Students for Tobacco Education & Prevention
Kimberly Adams – Noble SWAT (Noble, Oklahoma)
Countering Tobacco at the Point of Sale
Deirdre Sully – NYC Smoke-Free
Colleen Hughes – Virginia Department of Behavioral Health & Developmental Services
Nina Baltierra – Counter Tools (National)
Bringing the Youth Voice to Policy Work
Kari Oldfield, JD – Association for Nonsmokers-Minnesota
Authentic Youth Engagement & Positive Youth Development
Carly Caminiti & Natalie Vanatta – The 84 Movement (Massachusetts)
Cassandra Wood – Tobacco Resistance Unit (Pennsylvania)
National & State Program Models
Mark Kaser – Indiana Teen Institute, VOICE
Kimberlee Homer-Vagadoori – California Youth Advocacy Network
Megan Flynn – Rescue (National)
Ritney Castine – Truth Initiative (National)
Project Success Stories
Ella Hopkins – FACT Movement (Wisconsin)
Lisa Knight – Grand Rapids Urban League (Michigan)
Naylet Aguayo – Golin in partnership with the Florida Department of Health
Salma Marani – MD Anderson Cancer Center (National)