Sally Altman

Sally was the health, science and innovation editor at the St. Louis Beacon. Prior to her work at the Beacon, Sally worked in the health care field for more 30 years. She has consulted with Fortune 500 companies, hospitals, physicians, insurance companies and nonprofit educational organizations. Her work has included strategic analysis and planning, legislative analysis, health network design and contract negotiations for health care services and fees. Sally has a Master in Public Health degree from The University of Michigan. She is married to Richard Weiss and has three grown daughters who have moved to the mountains or to warmer climes. Sally and Dick visit them as often as possible.

Ways To Connect

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Racial disparities in education, income and health affect the prosperity of our entire region. A recent study, For the Sake of All, looks at these disparities and how we can reduce them. St. Louis Public Radio is talking with groups about needs for change and how to make improvements. Today: North Side Community School.

Racial disparities in education, income and health affect the health and the prosperity of our entire region. A recent study, For the Sake of All, looks at these disparities and how we can reduce them.

St. Louis Public Radio's Listening Project is reaching into neighborhoods to meet and talk to people about these findings. We hope to engage people in informed discussion on the issues, knowing that all voices are essential in crafting effective and workable solutions to the disparities that divide us.

For the Sake of All

St. Louis Public Radio, in partnership with faculty at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, has received a grant from the Missouri Foundation for Health to raise awareness of and stimulate discussion around health, education and economic inequities in our region.