Improving health outcomes by utilizing an equity centered approach is at the heart of the partnership between Grantmakers in Health and the Kate B. Reynolds Trust.
We are proud to announce that Kristen Burnel Naney, the Trust’s Director of Learning and Impact has been selected as a 2022 fellow for the Grantmakers in Health Terrance Keenan Institute for Emerging Leaders in Health Philanthropy.
When we look at investments made in the early days of the Trust, we see charitable giving. Today, through our Local Impact in Forsyth County program, we work to improve quality of life for residents in our hometown by supporting efforts to address systemic health, education, and economic challenges.
The establishment of the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust in 1947 began a lasting commitment to working with North Carolina’s rural communities. These areas are traditionally rich in resources and culture, yet under resourced when compared to their urban neighbors.
Today, Mrs. Reynolds’ gifts have enabled us to support thriving communities — partnering together for equitable health care, education, and economic opportunities for North Carolina residents.
Dr. Laura Gerald has had a distinguished career. The 2022 North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics Commencement speaker, NCSSM…