Sierra Health Foundation’s Health Leadership Program strengthens the skills of leaders in nonprofit organizations and public agencies whose mission is dedicated to improving health and quality of life in their communities.
We’re pleased to continue the program in 2016 and invite current and emerging leaders in Northern California and the San Joaquin Valley to apply. Successful applicants will be in organizations that work to improve community health and well-being and reduce health disparities across a broad range of issue areas that address the social determinants of health, such as education, employment, access to health services, population health, social services, environment, housing, youth development and juvenile justice. The 2016 program will continue to focus on improved organizational outcomes and impact, through effectiveness, quality, financial stability, partnership development, governance and sustainability.
The Health Leadership Program is jointly led by the Institute for Population Health Improvement at UC Davis, and is co-directed by Kenneth W. Kizer, MD, MPH, and Richard F. Callahan, DPA.
Learn more and download the brochure and application materials on the Health Leadership Program web page.