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|Endowment for Health Appoints New President|
|Published Friday, September 4, 2015|
Yvonne Goldsberry has been appointed the next president of the Endowment for Health in Concord, effective Sept. 15. Goldsberry, who most recently served as vice president for programs at the Endowment for Health, brings more than 25 years of experience in health policy and planning, as well as strong knowledge of the major social and economic influences on the health of vulnerable populations.
“After careful consideration, the Endowment Board concluded that Dr. Goldsberry is uniquely qualified to lead the foundation as it continues to implement its bold strategic plan,” says Endowment for Health Board Chair Margaret Franckhauser. “Yvonne is a well-respected health-policy leader with a distinguished track record in New Hampshire and nationally. We look forward to the many innovative ideas she will bring to the foundation as its new president.”
Prior to joining the Endowment for Health, Goldsberry was vice president of population health and clinical integration for Cheshire Medical Center/Dartmouth Hitchcock Keene. She is well known as the architect of the nationally recognized Healthy Monadnock 2020 initiative, where she engaged numerous community coalitions and more than 2,000 community leaders, stakeholders and residents in a bold vision for community health. At Cheshire Medical, Goldsberry also provided leadership for value-based care initiatives, prevention and clinical service collaborations, community benefit reporting and had managerial oversight of other hospital departments.
Prior to that, she served at the NH Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Community and Public Health. There, she successfully managed statewide planning, funding and allocations; developed the NH Public Health Network; and contracted for an $11-million federal emergency preparedness initiative. She is active on numerous boards, committees and commissions including the Governor’s Commission on Medicaid Care Management, the NH Citizen’s Health Initiative, and the Cheshire County Commission’s Maplewood Nursing Home Task Force.
“I am honored to be taking the helm at the Endowment for Health,” says Goldsberry. “I am particularly proud to be working with the talented team here and am confident in our future as we work with our community partners in various fields to improve health for the state’s most vulnerable and underserved residents.”
Goldsberry succeeds Steve Rowe, who is joining the Maine Community Foundation.
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