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Published on January 07, 2020

Thought Leadership in 2019

The Cone Health Foundation staff contributed to the field of philanthropy by sharing experiences, thoughts and ideas in 2019. 

 

Sandra Welch Boren, MPA

Vice President Senior Program Officer

Member: 

Proposal Review Committee

Grantmakers in Health Annual Conference

Session Designer:

Working Together for Good:  the Good, the Bad, and the Possible

Southeastern Council of Foundations Annual Meeting

 

Dr. Antonia Monk Richburg

Vice President Senior Program Officer

Facilitator:

Behavioral Health Evaluation and Outcomes

Behavioral Health Funders Network

Grantmakers in Health

Leader:  Board Member, North Carolina Network of Grantmakers
Presenter:  

Community-Based Implementation: Rolling out Three Integrated Approaches within one City Initiative

Collaborative Family Healthcare Association’s Annual Conference

Webinar speaker:

Moving Hospitals and Health Systems Upstream

Grantmakers in Health Annual Conference

 

Susan F. Shumaker, RN, MHA, FACHE

President

Contributor: 

Making Their Mark:  America’s Health Conversion Foundations

Paul Jellinek, Principal, Isaacs|Jellinek
Kate Treanor, Senior Program Director, Grantmakers In Health

Session Designer: 

Opportunities and Threats Along the Philanthropic Investments Arc

 North Carolina Network of Grantmakers

Expanding Medicaid in NC

Medicaid Expansion Report

Cone Health Foundation is proud to partner with the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust to on an update to its first-of-its-kind study: The Economic and Employment Benefits of Expanding Medicaid in North Carolina: June 2019 Update

View the Results