Newsletter

Winter 2015  
In This Issue:

Yvonne Goldsberry's Big Table
-- A Q&A with EH's New VP for Programs


Dr. Yvonne Goldsberry has been a force in the NH health arena for more than a decade.  Now, the Endowment for Health is fortunate to welcome Dr. Goldsberry to its team as Vice President for Programs. Learn about her approach and philosophy to work and life.
 

 

 

 

 

 

Last Thanksgiving, Yvonne Goldsberry had 34 people at her holiday celebration.  It's a telling clue about her working style as well.  Like grand celebrations, the best health improvement strategies are also created at a big table.   

 

 
Steve Rowe Appears on WMUR Business Program
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Steve Rowe, Endowment for Health President, was a recent guest on New Hampshire's  Business, a program of WMUR.  Steve and the show's host, Fred Kocher, discussed the importance of early childhood development and its link to NH's future workforce and economy.

The Endowment's Field Building Strategy

At the Endowment for Health, we are committed to working with community partners to solve complex social problems.  It is this complexity that makes collaboration so essential.  Our approach, like that of many foundations, is to help set the pre-conditions for collaboration amongst stakeholders in a way that creates large-scale impact.

   

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Tri-State Roundtable on Aging
 
 

 

On November 18, leaders came together to acknowledge the challenges and opportunities shared across Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont toward ensuring that older adults in Northern New England can age with dignity, independence and support in their communities.   

 

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Keynote: Maine Aging Initiative with Rep. Mark Eves, Maine Speaker of the House
Keynote: Maine Aging Initiative with Rep. Mark Eves, Maine Speaker of the House
 

 

 

 

 
The Economic Challenges and Opportunities of an Aging Northern New England
 

 

 
Aging in Place: Innovative Practices Across Northern New England
 

    

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Endowment Awards Grants to Raise Awareness of Early Child Care and Education Issues; Supports Collective Impact for Children's Behavioral Health Coalition
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As part of its latest round of grant awards totaling more than $360,000, the Endowment for Health is funding work to advance collective impact and raise awareness of key issues facing New Hampshire's children.

"We will capitalize on an emerging opportunity to tell the New Hampshire story as part of a national documentary set to air this spring on the topic of early childhood," said Endowment for Health President Steven Rowe.  "We are also supporting the NH Children's Behavioral Health Collaborative as it enters the second year of its work to implement a statewide plan," said Rowe.

 

 

 

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