End of year JHF board meeting
The year-end board meetings of the Jewish Healthcare Foundation and its supporting organizations, Pittsburgh Regional Health Initiative and Health Careers Futures, were celebrations of board volunteers generous with their time and expertise, and the hardworking staff dedicated to advancing the Foundation's program and policy outcomes. In a series of fast-moving presentations, staff from every major Foundation program showcased 2019's accomplishments and shared previews of what's coming in 2020. The meetings were an opportunity to highlight just how much a small group of extraordinarily skilled and energetic staff can accomplish, and gave board and staff members opportunities to enjoy shared pride and get to know one another better.
Click through the gallery below to see staff presenters from the JHF board meeting:
The HIV/AIDS Team at the JHF Board Meeting
Ashley Chung, MPH, Program Associate for the HIV/AIDS Team, presents on JHF's Ryan White Part B contract and the work with the Minority AIDS Initiative.
JT Stoner, MPH, AIDS Free Pittsburgh Health Services Coordinator, presents on AIDS Free Pittsburgh.
Stacie Bonenberger, MOT, Senior Quality Improvement Specialist, presents on various Senior Connections programs including RAVEN and Dementia Friends Pennsylvania.
Anneliese Perry, MS, Senior Quality Improvement Specialist, presents on the GRAN Intergenerational Reading program and the CHW Apprentice Program.
Deborah Murdoch, MPH, Program Manager, presents on the 15217 Neighborhood-based Teen Mental Health Initiative.
Robert Ferguson, MPH, Director of Government Grants and Policy, presents on the maternal health initiatives: Pennsylvania Perinatal Quality Collaborative, Reinvesting In Health, and the Patient Safety Fellowship.
Hanifa Nakiryowa, MID, Global Health Associate, presents on the Women's Health Activist Movement Global (WHAMglobal).
Megan Butler, MS, Program Associate, presents on Liftoff PGH 2020.
Karen Wolk Feinstein, PhD, President and CEO, recaps JHF's accomplishments in 2019.