GIH has developed a policy agenda that explicitly identifies our public policy priorities for the coming year. This policy agenda will guide our programming, communications, and advocacy efforts. During this session, participants will have the opportunity to learn more about GIH’s public policy goals and objectives for 2023 and provide input on our activities to…
LOCUS Impact Investing and Grantmakers In Health held a virtual – and conversational – learning session designed to identify guideposts for best practice by health conversion foundation local investors.
In this webinar, we explored how the Florida Blue Foundation and its parent company conducted a social impact strategy refresh related to corporate social responsibility and environmental, social, and corporate governance.
This webinar learned about a national initiative launched by the Pew Charitable Trusts that offers states a core set of metrics to track opioid treatment access and use. Presenters described how better data collection can target critically needed progress and discuss the role philanthropy can play in these efforts.
The closing plenary highlighted the public health challenges that have gone unaddressed while our attention has been focused on COVID-19, what we need to do to rebuild the public health system, and how to address our critical workforce needs in the wake of the pandemic.
This important plenary discussion delved into the misinformation crisis affecting public health, the public’s increasing mistrust of expertise, and how we can navigate and bridge our nation’s growing divides.
This plenary covered recent policy threats affecting LGBTQ and BIPOC communities and explored how philanthropy can help build alliances that change systems and advance health equity for all.
Terrance Keenan Leadership Award in Health Philanthropy and the Andy Hyman Award for Advocacy 2022 Recipients
This special plenary luncheon honored the winners of GIH’s 2022 awards: Janice B. Yost and Evelyn Delgado.
This dynamic conversation explored the challenges people with serious illness face in receiving quality care, why addressing these needs is critical to achieving health equity, and where there are opportunities for philanthropy to chart a better path forward.