LOUISVILLE, Ky, July 6, 2020 - Louisville public health consultant SteVon Edwards will discuss how nonprofit organizations can improve their impact in communities and create more collaboration during the pandemic in a one-hour webinar on July 13, hosted by the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky.
The webinar is part of the Foundation's “Kentucky Inspired” series of Health for a Change training programs that provide an opportunity to learn how Kentucky leaders are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. Programs are free, but registration is required.
Kentucky Inspired: Community and Capacity Building
Monday, July 13, 2020, 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. (ET)
SteVon Edwards, MPH, has more than 10 years of proven experience in the non-profit sector as an employee and administrator. She has served as president and vice-president of local and national non-profits, and evaluated individual agency and coalition projects and grant applications. Her experience includes collective impact project management, federal grant program management, local grant monitoring and administration, and community organizing. She is a 2010 Mayor’s Healthy Hometown Leadership Award Recipient. She serves her community in a non-profit administration and faith-based ministry capacity for organizations that focus on children's health and basic needs access. In 2017, she started SChenault Solutions, LLC, an organizational capacity-building consultant agency that focuses on strategic planning, program evaluation, grant-writing, and infrastructure development.
The Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky launched the Health for a Change capacity building training series as part of an effort to support nonprofit leaders across the Commonwealth in the work of advancing today’s pressing health issues. Webinars are recorded and posted, along with slide presentations, on our website here.
About the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky
Funded by an endowment, the mission of the nonpartisan Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky is to address the unmet health needs of Kentuckians by developing and influencing policy, improving access to care, reducing health risks and disparities, and promoting health equity. Since the Foundation opened its doors in 2001, it has invested more than $29 million in health policy research, advocacy, and demonstration project grants across the Commonwealth.
Bonnie J. Hackbarth