Learn how community foundations are taking a leading role in addressing serious public health challenges ranging from opiate addiction to infant mortality and more.
Kelly Firesheets, senior program officer, Interact for Health
Kelly Firesheets coordinates Interact for Health's Preventing Opioid Misuse and Safety Net work, including Interact's Integrated Primary Care and Behavioral Health grantmaking. She previously served as Interact's director of evaluation, where she designed and managed measurement strategies for Interact's portfolios and priority areas. Kelly holds a Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) in Clinical Psychology with a certificate in organizational concepts and management from Xavier University, where her primary research focused on positive psychology and gifted education.
Christine Dziad, program officer, Toledo Community Foundation
Casey Krell, director of supporting organizations and donor services, Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley
Casey Krell is a Director of Supporting Organizations and Donor Services at the Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley, a philanthropic organization serving Mahoning and Trumbull counties. She partners with donors and affiliate foundations to promote and implement informed, strategic philanthropy and connects, convenes and engages community stakeholders to build a stronger Mahoning Valley. Casey is a graduate of Mercyhurst University in Erie, PA, where she received a BA in public relations and journalism.
CMF Members: $35
This webinar is hosted by Philanthropy Ohio and was originally published June 14, 2017.