Terrance Keenan Institute Fellows Announced
June 9, 2010
Grantmakers In Health is pleased to announce that the following individuals have been selected to participate in the inaugural Terrance Keenan Institute for Emerging Leaders in Health Philanthropy.
- Melinda Abrams, The Commonwealth Fund
- Veenu Aulakh, California HealthCare Foundation
- Matthew Barnes, Houston Endowment Inc.
- Allison Bauer, The Boston Foundation
- Saba Brelvi, The California Wellness Foundation
- Phillip González, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Foundation
- Anu Gupta, Johnson & Johnson
- Amy Stringer Hessel, Missouri Foundation for Health
- Kate Keller, The Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati
- Elizabeth Krause, Connecticut Health Foundation
- Jacqueline Martinez, New York State Health Foundation
- Sandra Martínez, The California Wellness Foundation
- Jasmine Ratliff, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
- Brenda Solórzano, Blue Shield of California Foundation
- Kim VanPelt, St. Luke's Health Initiatives
- Edgar Villanueva, The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust
- Rachel Wick, Consumer Health Foundation
The Terrance Keenan Institute is designed to nurture the next generation of leaders in the field of health philanthropy; build relationships among this cadre of emerging philanthropic leaders; and connect them with established figures in the field. Programming will emphasize leadership development, mentoring, and building collegial connections that can endure throughout the fellows' careers.
Fellows will spend two days with seasoned leaders from the field of health philanthropy and recognized nonprofit leaders. Current faculty include Tom David from Tides, Stacey Easterling from The Atlantic Philanthropies, Bob Eckardt from The Cleveland Foundation, Ann Monroe from the Community Health Foundation of Western and Central New York, Margaret O'Bryon from Consumer Health Foundation, and Gary Yates from The California Wellness Foundation.
The Terrance Keenan Institute will be held September 28-29, 2010, in Washington, DC.