2016 GIH Annual Conference on Health Philanthropy
San Diego, California - Loews Coronado Bay
This was our best-attended annual conference ever and the largest gathering of health grantmakers in the country.
Thank you for being a part of it!
Visit the mobile app or app website for the session content. The navigation pane on the left-hand side will lead you to the agenda, session content, speaker profiles, and more.
- Agenda at a Glance
- Activities by Topic
- Preconference Sessions
- Site Visits
- Film Matinees
- Plenary Sessions
- Networking Breakfasts
- Funder-Organized Breakfast Roundtables
- Breakout Sessions
- Hotel and Travel
- Tech Café
- Special Thanks
Download the GIH annual conference app on your Apple and Android device. This tool will help you plan your schedule, navigate the conference, connect with colleagues, learn about sessions, find speaker biographies, and evaluate your experience.
Find the conference app by searching for Grantmaker In Health in the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store, or click here from your device.
Open the app with other devices via the app website. The app website works with your web browser so no download is required. You may log in, and the display is mobile-friendly.
How to Log In:
- Enter the mobile app or app website.
- Click on the 2016 GIH annual conference event.
- From within the 2016 event click "log in" from the top menu.
- Enter the email address you registered with, and your registration code which is the confirmation number found on your registration email. If you can't find your registration code, click "retrieve it here" to get your code re-sent to you.
The theme of the 2016 conference was Charting a New Course: Roadblocks, Breakthroughs, and Discoveries. Foundations are uniquely positioned to chart new courses as they seek to improve the health and well-being of individuals, communities, and the nation. As currents shift, they are able to test new ideas and strategies, engage a wide variety of partners, take risks, and learn from their failures. Achieving their goals requires constant monitoring, refinement, and, sometimes, an entirely new tack.
This year’s conference lifted up the spirit of learning from experience. Sessions focused on the challenging aspects of grantmaking, as well as the a-ha! moments. Unsuccessful grants, stubborn problems, new strategies, and inspired insights are all part of the process of taking risks, striving to create real change, and charting a course toward improved health.
Please direct all questions regarding conference logistics to VRS Meetings & Events Inc. at 202.315.3296 or firstname.lastname@example.org.