How We Support the MetroWest Health Leadership Program
Since 2006, the foundation has supported the MetroWest Health Leadership Program, training over 150 individuals to be resourceful and effective leaders ready to take on a variety of community issues and needs. Through this program and a variety of training opportunities, the foundation is working to prepare senior health and human service staff from local agencies to lead community change efforts and build equitable systems of care.
Due to COVID-19, the MetroWest Health Leadership Program will take a one year hiatus. The foundation looks forward to welcoming the class of 2022 when it is safe to resume in-person learning.
Dawn Alcott-Miller, MSW
Director of Youth & Family Services
Town of Hopkinton
Rosalind Baker, MPA, MA
Director, Family Resource Center
Wayside Youth & Family Support Network
Mary Cole, MPH
Program Coordinator, Greater Boston Tobacco-Free Community Partnership
Baystate Community Services
Adult Family Care Program Director
Maureen Jones, MN
District-wide Resource Nurse
Framingham Public Schools
Supported Housing Program Director
South Middlesex Opportunity Council
Social Service Coordinator
Franklin Senior Center
Town of Needham Public Health Division
Trish Wesley Umbrell
Assistant Director, Internal Operations
Natick Community Organic Farm
Environmental Health Manager
City of Framingham Public Health Dept.
Candice Belanoff, ScD
Boston University School of Public Health
Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare Foundation
Brian Mandell, Ph.D.
Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
Jack McCarthy, DBA
Boston University School of Management
Health Resources in Action
“A leader takes people where they want to go. A great leader takes people where they don’t necessarily want to go, but ought to be.”
- Rosalynn Carter
Interested in Becoming a Health Leader?
For more information about our Health Leadership Program, contact Rebecca Donham at email@example.com.