It is tradition for GIH to ask grantmakers to share their thoughts on the annual meeting theme, this year’s being The Power of Voice. We invite you to read these guest commentaries, along with the GIH essay written by Faith Mitchell.
- “The Power of Voice” by Faith Mitchell, Grantmakers In Health
- “A Little Bit Louder Now: How The John A. Hartford Foundation Is Learning to Speak Up for (and with) Older Adults” by Marcus Escobedo, The John A. Hartford Foundation
- “Foundations Giving Voice to the Voiceless” by Kimberley Chin, The Atlantic Philanthropies
- “Philanthropy’s Declaration of Interdependence” by Charles Stokesand Chloe Tonney, CDC Foundation
- “Reflections on the Power of Voice” by Frederick J. Ferrer, The Health Trust
- “Voice” by Heidi A. Schultz, The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust
- “The Voice on the Ground: The Program Officer of the 21st Century” by Karen McNeil-Miller and Allen Smart, Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust