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It is crucial that we all stay informed on the latest information regarding COVID-19. The Speaker's Bureau provides presentations with the latest information, resources, and guidance's for COVID-19 to the community. We strive to provide culturally relevant presentations and provide answers that your community, business, or organization is looking for. Our goal is to ensure that all communities in King County have the knowledge they need to stay safe and healthy during this time.

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Presentation topics

We can work with you to provide your organization with a presentation about COVID-19 and any relevant topics that your community is looking for. We can provide presentation for any type of organization. In the past we have worked with community-based organizations, faith-based organizations, businesses (large and small), and local and state government to provide webinars on various topics related to COVID-19 including:

  • Latest COVID-19 information and guidance
  • Public Charge for immigrant and refugee communities
  • COVID-19 information for social workers
  • Children's health
  • School and education
  • Food banks
  • Townhall presentations
  • And more

If your topic isn't listed above, do not hesitate to ask. We are also able to provide presentations in various languages.

If you do not have an online platform to use for your webinar, we will be able to provide one for you. Currently the County is using Zoom for the majority of its webinars given Zoom’s greater accessibility. We will be able to create a Zoom link for your webinar and provide tech support. This service is only reserved for organizations that do not have access to an online platform. Please ask us if you need this service.

Submit a request for a presentation

About you (Your information will not be shared):

Phone with area code
Email

Let us know about your needs:

When do you need your webinar?
Please allow at least 5 business days advanced notice to allow us to prepare:

What concerns does your group want to address?

What might be key topic areas you want covered during this time?

Has your audience had a COVID-19 webinar before?

How many people do you anticipate being on the call?

In the wake of COVID-19, there has been a lot of information and myths circulating. We want to make sure our community has relevant information and resources. The Speakers Bureau enjoys creating welcoming, safe, and engaging virtual and phone spaces for all people to discuss the resources and information made available. We are passionate about supporting the health, safety, and recovery of ALL people in King County."

Debra Baker, Speaker's Bureau Lead

Debra Baker, Speaker's Bureau Lead

Recurring webinars

We hold regular webinars with various groups to provide updated information about COVID-19. Check back to see new weekly or biweekly webinars we will add soon.

Spanish webinar series

Every Tuesday at 5:00pm. Please email Project Coordinator Megan Holmes at megan.holmes@kingcounty.gov for more information

The purpose of the call is to facilitate a conversation between community members and Public Health — Seattle & King County. This is an opportunity for Public Health to hear from trusted community advocates and to provide resources about COVID-19 prevention as well as tools on how to deal with the stay-at-home order. The calls are coordinated by native Spanish speakers who are familiar with the culture and are established community members as well as public servants.

Penny Lara, Latinx Community Response Team

Penny Lara
Latinx Community Response Team

Giselle Zapata-Garcia, Latinx Community Response Team

Giselle Zapata-Garcia
Latinx Community Response Team

During these challenging and uncertain times, it is imperative to establish connections with all communities, but especially communities who historically the system has failed to serve.

Right now, immigrant communities are facing so many additional uncertainties, so it is our duty to eliminate language barriers and provide crucial information in culturally relevant and accessible ways.

In the long run, this investment can save lives and will result in a thriving and healthier community."

Penny Lara and Giselle Zapata-Garcia, Co-Leads of the Latinx Community Response Team.