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Health Foundation Elects Community Members to Outreach Committee

Thursday, March 17, 2016

 

Adrian L. Ford

The Board of The Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts recently elected the following individuals to serve a three-year term as Community Members on the Community Outreach Committee. Those members are Adrian L. Ford and Chelsey M. Patriss. 

Ford is the CEO at Three Pyramids, Inc. and co-founded the North Central Massachusetts Minority Coalition. 

Patriss is the Coordinator and Grants Manager for CHNA 9. 

Chelsey M. Patriss.

Other community members were selected to serve a second three-year term on the Communtity Outreach Committee. Those members are Evelyn Velez, South County Head Start Program at Worcester Community Action Council; and Shelly Yarnie, Regional Director, MDPH Central Regional Health Office.  Emily McRae, Consultant and Owner of Emily MacRae Enterprises; and Barbara A. Nealon, Director of Social Work & Multicultural Services at Heywood Hospital were elected to their third and final three-year term.

Health Foundation 

The Foundation was established in 1999 with the proceeds from the sale of Central Massachsuetts Health Care, Inc. The Foundation currently has assets of approximately $67 million and has awarded grants totaling over $34 millio

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