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Journalism in a Time of Disruption 
SABEW’s 56th annual Spring conference will explore the many challenges – and opportunities – our industry faces today. Through skills session, keynotes and networking, we’ll help reporters and news managers do their jobs better and make sense of what’s happening in our industry. We look forward to seeing you at ASU’s casual campus setting in sunny Phoenix where you’ll get a chance to connect with colleagues old and new and ensure that business journalism continues to thrive.

Register for SABEW19. Follow @SABEW on Twitter, #SABEW2019

Interested in sponsoring? Contact Renee McGivern or call 651-210-0911.
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Swapna Reddy

Arizona State University
Clinical assistant professor
Swapna Reddy is a Clinical Assistant Professor at Arizona State University's School for the Science of Health Care Delivery, College of Health Solutions. She is also currently a doctoral candidate at the University of Texas School of Public Health. At Arizona State University, Ms. Reddy teaches students in  undergraduate, graduate and executive education coursework and serves as the Program Coordinator for the Master and Undergraduate programs in the Science of Health Care Delivery. Ms. Reddy is also faculty at Arizona State University's Barrett, the Honors College (Medical Studies). Additionally, Ms. Reddy is an Adjunct Assistant Professor in Health Care Administration at the Mayo Clinic School of Medicine- Arizona.
Professor Reddy's primary research interests are how law and policy can be utilized as tools to improve population health and health outcomes, reduce health disparities and inequities. She currently serves as the faculty lead on partnering with elected officials to increase health equity in at-need and underserved communities in the Phoenix area. Ms. Reddy has presented at various international, national and local conferences and published on  issues related to the health care of high need populations. She regularly comments to the media on issues related to health policy and disparities and has been featured on BBC, PBS, NPR, KJZZ, NBC News, Bloomberg News, Phoenix Business Journal, ABC 15 Phoenix, Cronkite News and ASU Now.  Prior to joining Arizona State University, she has held a variety of health policy and equity positions related to improving the health of low income communities, particularly affecting women, children and working families. Prior experience includes: Harvard Medical School/Brigham and Women's Hospital- Women's Health Policy and Advocacy Program; CASA at Columbia University; The Children's Defense Fund-New York; the Texas Senate; Texas Health Institute; and The University of Texas School of Public Health.

My Speaker Sessions

Friday, May 17
 

1:30pm MST