Annual Summit 2020

We are excited about our upcoming Virtual Annual Summit.  For three days senior leaders from NPHI member programs will come together to develop innovative and creative solutions to the ever-changing hospice community with the following objectives:

  • •  Showcase innovations in care
  • •  Enhance best practice exchange through building collegial relationships
  • •  Provide strategic information and innovative ideas to fuel the movement
  • •  Shape the organization by building on NPHI policy and strategic objectives
  • •  Learn how to leverage what differentiates NPHI member programs

Topics will include:

  • •  Leading Through Transition
  • •  Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity
  • •  Impact of 2020 Election
  • •  Implications of COVID-19

We are excited to announce that Doyin Richards will be taking the stage as keynote speaker. Doyin is an influential figure who will be elevating the importance of equity and inclusion during the summit, and sharing his personal experience with mental health to help inspire other men to be more open about these conditions.

Doyin frequently speaks at events across the country, and has become known for his ability to inspire men to be open about the challenges of mental health, actively embrace anti-racism, and be the best parents they can be. As a keynote speaker, consultant, and workshop facilitator, Doyin provides tangible, actionable solutions that provides results for his clients all over America. Cisco Meraki, LexisNexis, PwC, and Facebook are a few of the companies where he recently delivered a keynote address.

We are also excited to announce Matt Murray, Editor-in-Chief of the Wall Street Journal. Matt will speak on the topic of Post-Election America – What’s Next?

Matt is an American journalist, and has been Editor-in-Chief of the Wall Street Journal since June 2018. He has been at the paper for more than two decades, and has previously served as national editor, deputy managing editor, and deputy editor in chief.

We are also delighted to welcome one of our breakout session speakers, Brad Garrett, known from Everybody Loves Raymond. Brad will host a special NPHI No Prisoners Podcast Regarding Isolation.

Brad is a stand-up comedian, actor, voice actor, and professional poker player. He has appeared in numerous television and film roles. He hosts a twice-weekly live-stream video podcast on current issues we face in America today. 

Please click here for registration information (registration is open to NPHI members).

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