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Annual Report 2021: Stories of Impact Treasure Wells

May 2, 2022

Annual Report 2021: Stories of Impact Annual Report   /  Stories of Impact   /   Treasure Wells Education Treasure Wells Student Tulane University Treasure Wells, a first-year student at Tulane University, never imagined she’d end up at one of the top schools in the United States: “I am the first generation in my family to attend college. …

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Annual Report 2021: The Greenwood Initiative

May 2, 2022

Annual Report / The Greenwood Initiative Annual Report 2021: The Greenwood Initiative On this page Previous OverviewInvesting in the Future of Black DoctorsEnsuring Equitable Access to VaccinesDiversifying STEM FieldsMenu Next Accelerating the Pace of Black Wealth Accumulation The Greenwood Initiative aims to accelerate the pace of wealth accumulation for Black individuals and families and address …

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Sandra Johanna Daza

May 2, 2022

Annual Report 2021: Stories of Impact Annual Report   /  Stories of Impact   /   Sandra Johanna Daza Government Innovation Sandra Johanna Daza Care Block Beneficiary Bogotá, Colombia Sandra Johanna Daza is a mother in Bogotá, Colombia – and one of more than 1.2 million women in the city who devote an average of five and a …

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Riannon Last

May 2, 2022

Annual Report 2021: Stories of Impact Annual Report   /  Stories of Impact   /   Riannon Last Education Riannon Last Student Wellesley College Riannon Last never dreamed of attending college outside of her home state of Wisconsin. Then, she received information about the CollegePoint advising program. “CollegePoint opened up a whole world to me,” she said. Mentorship …

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Quincy Lowery

May 2, 2022

Annual Report 2021: Stories of Impact Annual Report   /  Stories of Impact   /   Quincy Lowery Bloomberg L.P. Quincy Lowery Pantry Supervisor Sodexo Pantries are central to the culture at Bloomberg – as places to meet, chat, share ideas, and grab much-needed snacks. At Bloomberg’s 919 Third Avenue office in New York City, Quincy Lowery makes …

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Annual Report 2021: Public Health

May 2, 2022

Annual Report / Public Health Annual Report 2021: Public Health On this page Previous OverviewReducing the Use of Tobacco and E-CigarettesImproving Road Safety Around the WorldStrengthening Health Data Collection and Policy-MakingPromoting Healthy Diets to Prevent Obesity, Diabetes, and Other Diet-Related DiseasesMobilizing Cities to Reduce Noncommunicable Diseases and InjuriesProtecting Access to Reproductive Health CareCombating the U.S. …

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Mónica Guerrero Vázquez

May 2, 2022

Annual Report 2021: Stories of Impact Annual Report   /  Stories of Impact   /   Mónica Guerrero Vázquez Public Health Mónica Guerrero Vázquez Executive Director Centro SOL – Center for Salud/Health and Opportunity for Latinos Mónica Guerrero Vázquez began working at Centro SOL as a program coordinator when the organization was founded in 2013 – focused on …

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Maia Gibbons

May 2, 2022

Annual Report 2021: Stories of Impact Annual Report   /  Stories of Impact   /   Maia Gibbons Public Health Maia Gibbons Fellow Bloomberg American Health Initiative Maia Gibbons is a self-identified data geek – and it guides her work at Health Care for the Homeless in Baltimore. “Data is what allows us to make decisions about improving …

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Joni Holifield

May 2, 2022

Annual Report 2021: Stories of Impact Annual Report   /  Stories of Impact   /   Joni Holifield Founder’s Project Joni Holifield Founder and President HeartSmiles At the inaugural Bloomberg American Health Summit in 2018, Joni Holifield – founder and president of Baltimore-based nonprofit HeartSmiles – facilitated a panel discussion with teens who had experienced gun violence, including …

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Jerica Wortham

May 2, 2022

Annual Report 2021: Stories of Impact Annual Report   /  Stories of Impact   /   Jerica Wortham Arts Jerica Wortham Project Manager Greenwood Art Project For 100 years, the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre remained a buried history as one of the worst racial attacks in U.S. history. A white mob torched the city’s Greenwood neighborhood, often referred …

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