Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg Welcomes New Board of Trustee Members
The Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg is excited to welcome new members to its Board of Trustees. The new appointees will join a group of community leaders who lend their collective passion, expertise, and insight in support of the Foundation’s mission to achieve racial and health equity in South Pinellas County.
Playing the Long Game
For six years, the Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg has focused on systems change and health equity.
Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg Welcomes New Special Project Officer
Roxanne Fixsen has joined the Foundation as Special Projects Officer to the President and CEO. In this role she will lead, organize, and manage internal and external implementation of projects to maximize the impact of the Foundation’s mission.
Announcing Visions of Health Equity: A Community Art Project
The Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg will invite one dozen artists to create a work of visual art depicting their vision of health equity in the community.
Foundation Welcomes Dawn Hunter, JD, MPH, Senior Director of Policy, Research and Legal Services
The Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg is proud to announce they have added a Senior Director of Policy, Strategy and Legal Services to their team.
New Board Leadership at Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg
The Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg is excited to announce the election of Katurah Jenkins-Hall as our new Board Chair, Donna Petersen as Vice Chair and Emery Ivery as Secretary and Treasurer.
Thirty-one School Districts Gather for 5th LGBTQ Student Best Practices Summit
This week, on February 25-26, 175 school district leaders from 31 Florida school districts, as well as representation from the North East Florida Education Consortium and Florida Virtual Schools, gathered in St. Petersburg for the sixth annual All Together Now Conference.
Grow Smarter 2.0: Community-Led Initiative Prioritizes Equity and Inclusion in St. Petersburg Economic Development Work
The Grow Smarter Strategy, developed in 2014, is a strategic economic plan highlighting the assets and opportunities St. Petersburg. It was shaped by expert thinking based on best practices in national economic development trends…
Pinellas County Urban League Marks 41 Years of Regional Leadership with Strategic Plan, Receipt of Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg Grant to Increase Service Impact
Since 1977, the Pinellas County Urban League (PCUL) has been working for the benefit of African American and other residents focusing on issues such as employment and economic development, education, housing and health.
St. Petersburg Agencies to Work Together to Provide “Trauma-Informed Care” to Infants and Families
A new initiative among caregivers throughout St. Petersburg will transform the way mental health services are delivered to infants and families by taking into effect the profound and unpredictable effects of trauma.