/ our innovation lab

Join the discussion April 27th around fostering fresh technological solutions to address health disparities in underserved communities.   
Presented By The Black Women's Health Imperative & The Leavey School of Business

If we lived in a society where health equity was a reality,

here’s what could happen:


Fewer deaths
from breast
cancer each year


Decrease in
infant mortality rates
for Black women



Increase in high school graduation
rates for Black girls 

Impact to the U.S. economy


/ about tech 2 equity

The Tech2Equity Partnership aims to take advantage of Santa Clara University’s vast array of technological expertise, creativity and ties to Silicon Valley and Black WOmens Health Imperative's long history of disparities reducing research translation and policy development to address the challenges of health equity. The partnership is a groundbreaking initiative, bridging the divide between communities with unmet health needs and the innovators of Silicon Valley who create new technologies. 


The Tech2Equity partnership welcomes collaboration with other SCU centers and individuals interested in working together to use technology to reduce unequal health outcomes.  Any students, faculty, or administrators interested in working with the Partnership should connect by sending an email to ndow2@scu.edu.


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