Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Community Health Leaders

For twenty years, the Robert Wood Johnson Community Health Leaders program recognized and honored a total of 206 extraordinary individuals who have overcome daunting obstacles to improve health and health care in their communities, especially among society’s most vulnerable populations.

Program/Initiative

Harris Foundation

1330 Post Oak Boulevard, Suite 2550
Houston, TX, 77056-3057

832-319-7380
Website

Janice Ford Griffin
Program Director

832-319-7380
Email

Jennifer Herrera
Deputy Director

832-319-7380
Email

Voices of the Community Health Leaders

Series//Voices of the Community Health Leaders

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The RWJF Community Health Leaders speak out on their experiences with the program, their community, and the resulting impact on their work to improve health and health care.

The RWJF Community Health Leaders speak out on their experiences with the program, their community, and the resulting impact on their work to improve health and health care.

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Remarks from Sallie George, program officer

Remarks from Sallie George, Program Officer

"RWJF is engaged in fostering a culture of health in America, where everyone not only has access to good health care but also the opportunity to lead long, healthy and productive lives.  It’s an ambitious enterprise, and one that community health leaders help achieve every day by working to strengthen the health of communities across America."

 

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Community Health Leaders are working in communities to improve health for underserved populations

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