ON-DEMAND WEBINAR

Building trust through effective crisis management


Join us for a live discussion with the Houston Health Department to learn how their automated digital notification program enabled the city to serve its residents and build trust during and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic.

Our conversation will be moderated by Dr. Sara Laskey, Qualtrics Public Health Solution Strategist, and will feature the following experts:

  • Kirstin Short, Bureau Chief for Epidemiology at the City of Houston Health Department
  • Beau Mitts, Bureau Chief for HIV/STD and Viral Hepatitis Prevention at the City of Houston Health Department
  • Mohammad Taj, Program Manager at the City of Houston Health Department

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Featuring


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Kirstin Short

Bureau Chief for Epidemiology
Houston Health Department

Kirstin Short is the Bureau Chief for Epidemiology at the Houston Health Department. She works to ensure that the City of Houston residents and visitors are protected from infectious disease threats.

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Beau Mitts, MPH

Bureau Chief of HIV/STD and Viral Hepatitis Prevention
Houston Health Department

Beau Mitts is the Bureau Chief for HIV/STD and Viral Hepatitis Prevention at the Houston Health Department. He helped implement a community-wide HIV testing campaign. He has a passion for public health.

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Mohammad Taj

Program Manager
Houston Health Department

Mohammad Taj is a program manager at the Houston Health Department. His previous experience includes product management, data analytics, and business analysis. Mohammad Taj has a passion for building cloud-based products and machine learning.

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