Co-Sponsors of CHAAMP Conference

about-and-hotel-page_03The CHAAMP Advisory Board is deeply appreciative of the support provided by our host, the Cultural Programs of the National Academy of Sciences, and our co-sponsors.  All of our co-sponsors have helped disseminate information about the conference to their members.  Many of these partnerships will lead to long-term collaborations in an effort to expand programming, scholarship, and teaching about the history and contributions of African American health professionals, all in an effort to promote diversity across the health professions.  Many of our co-sponsors have provided resources to enable some of their members to participate; others have given scholarship funds to assist teachers from institutions around the country to attend the conference.


Our list of co-sponsors will be updated, so if interested in participating or providing financial support, email us through our “contact” form.


Special Thanks To Our Co-Sponsors!


ASALH – Association for the Study of African American Life and History

NAMME – National Association of Minority Medical Educators

Roundtable on the Promotion of Health Equity and the Elimination of Health Disparities, Board on Population Health, Institute of Medicine

The Franklin Institute of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Sullivan Alliance to Transform the Health Professions

Virginia-Nebraska Sullivan Alliance


University of Virginia Carter G. Woodson Institute on African American and African Studies

University of Virginia Center on Health Disparities

University of Virginia Center for Biomedcial Ethics and Humanities

University of Virginia Bjoring Center for Nursing Historical Inquiry

University of Virginia Historical Collections, Claude Moore Health Sciences Library

University of Virginia Office of Diversity

M. Elizabeth Carnegie Nursing Archives

Hampton University Archives