The Health Futures Council at ASU
Arizona State University is transcending silos with the establishment of the Health Futures Council at ASU (HFC), a group convened to guide and support the university's health-related research, education and clinical programs. This unique and specialized body of leaders provides influence and advice, as well as opportunities to connect ASU with critical resources to advance its health initiatives, facilitate projects, and encourage collaborative solutions.
The Council originated as an extension of President Crow and the ASU Foundation’s SOLUTIONS -- initiatives dedicated to transformative ideas in education, sustainability, and health care. The HFC pairs its business meetings with public forums featuring prominent invited experts. Presenters illuminate key issues in health and health care, foster solution-oriented conversations at the very highest level and ignite creative collisions for potential working partnerships.
The overarching mission of the Council is to advance ASU resources to promote reinvention, innovation, and systemic change to optimize the health of individuals and communities.
Members of the Health Futures Council at ASU
* an asterisk denotes a founding member
Michelle Villegas-Gold, Ph.D., MPH, MC, RYT
Project Manager, Health and Clinical Partnerships
ASU Knowledge Enterprise | Arizona State University
HFC Mailing Address
Health Futures Council at ASU
PO Box 877205
Tempe, AZ 85287