On Wednesday, November 9th, AAHI hosted the second workshop in a series of practical and professional workshops designed to empower and enhance the ability of community leaders to develop culturally and linguistically competent health programming to serve Asian Americans in Montgomery County. The workshop was facilitated by four expert panelists: Lauren Stillwell, Donor Services Manager, The Community Foundation for Montgomery County; Peggy Fitzgerald-Bare, Council Grants Manager, Montgomery County Council; Barbara Goliday, Director, Corporate and Foundation Relations, Holy Cross Hospital Foundation; and Stacey Williams, Grants Coordinator, Office of Minority Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The panelists provided an overview of federal grants, County Council grants, and foundation grants. This event brought together a diverse group of community leaders hailing from various backgrounds. There were over 50 attendees representing 27 organizations. A sincere thank you to our expert speakers and our attendees for making this workshop a great success!
|11-09-11 E.C.H.O. "Grants101" Workshop|