MACC Zooms In


"Zoom In" on the issues that matter to you! 


MACC Zooms In: Things are still moving at warp-speed. During this rapidly evolving crisis, it's more important than every that we stay connected. In our virtual "MACC Zooms In" sessions we bring our network together to connect, talk with each other, hear from experts, and discuss the issues and challenges they're facing.


Upcoming Zoom In sessions:



MACC Zooms In On: COVID in 2021: Equitable Vaccine Rollout, Pandemic Status, and Community Engagement

February 4th, 2021, 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Join our dynamic panel of public health experts to discuss the current state of the COVID pandemic and what we can expect as vaccines begin distribution in our communities. We’ll dig into the serious equity questions arising around distribution - including who gets considered an “essential” worker. We’ll also discuss what role community based organizations can play in engaging our communities.

Our panel of public health experts:

Elizabeth Ebot, Vaccine Outreach Director, MN Department of Health
Gretchen Musicant, Commisioner at Minneapolis Health Department
Lynn Bahta, R.N., MPG, CPH, Immunization Clinical Consultant, Minnesota Department of Health, 
Susan Palchick, Director of Public Health, Hennepin County   

We’ll have time after our panel to breakout into small groups for conversation with your member colleagues about how they’re approaching and planning for this next phase of the pandemic.


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MACC Zooms In Resources:


MACC Zooms In Virtual Post-It Wall:

We want to "Zoom In" on timely topics that matter to our network, but we don't want to send you endless surveys. So we've created a living, virtual post-it wall. It works just like a real post-it wall: stick your ideas on a post-it and add them to the wall! 

Click here to check it out!


Zoom In: On Demand!

Wouldn't it be great if you could access Zoom In content whenever you wanted? Or easily share a session with colleagues? We've launched a "MACC Zooms In" YouTube Playlist - now you can "Zoom In" on your time!

Click here to check it out!






MACC's COVID response is supported by funding from:

Otto Bremer Trust
Minnesota Council on Foundations' Minnesota Disaster Recovery Fund (MDRF) for Coronavirus
Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation
James B. Linsmayer Foundation, managed by Wells Fargo


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