Advisory Group

The purpose of the Minnesota Center for Cancer Collaborations (MC3) Community Advisory Group is to facilitate community involvement and input into the implementation of current and future MC3 activities.

The Group consists of ten members from various fields and backgrounds, including content experts, service providers, advocacy groups, local funders, and grassroots community members.

The MC3 Community Advisory Group's role is to guide the design of health disparities research; dissemination strategies within the broader community; communicate the results of MC3 activities, i.e. research, community engagement, so it has greater reach in the community; identify and catalyze actionable opportunities within MC3 to meet community needs for cancer control; and advise on strategic directions for MC3.

Members of the MC3 Community Advisory Group