Shaking the Foundation - Blog

“Interim Report” from our Listening Project

Today’s post is by Millicent Cripe, Policy Intern, and Elizabeth Krause, VP of Policy and Communications As a funder, we require interim project reports from our grantees. In that spirit, we share an interim report from our Listening Project. Last week, with the help of our partner Christian … more >

July 30, 2015

A New Capstone for the 10th Class of Health Leadership Fellows

Today's post is by Millicent Cripe, Policy Intern On June 18, 2015, the Health Leadership Fellows Program reached a tremendous milestone. We celebrated the graduation of the 10th group of fellows! The Class of 2015 was a diverse group, from various professional fields and across Connecticut, bonded by a … more >

July 22, 2015

My Journey to "Make a Difference" Continues.....

Today's blog was written by Maryland Grier, Senior Communications O fficer, CT Health Foundation Greetings, I celebrated my 10-year anniversary with CT Health last spring. While this time at the foundation has been rewarding in so many ways, hitting the 10-year point caused me to reflect about where … more >

July 16, 2015

The Listening Project: What Coverage Really Means

Today's post is by Patricia Baker, President and CEO , CT Health Foundation While the recent King v. Burwell ruling represents another milestone in our nation’s effort to improve health for all, the marathon is far from over. We have the opportunity — and the responsibility — to dig deeper and … more >

July 7, 2015

What the SCOTUS King v. Burwell Ruling Means for CT (cue applause)

Today's post is by Elizabeth Krause, VP of Policy and Communications The Connecticut Health Foundation (CT Health) office was graced with cheers, hugs, high fives, and victory laps this morning. The Supreme Court ruled 6-3 in favor of the federal government in the King v. Burwell case that challenged … more >

June 25, 2015