Empire Health Foundation launches search for new CEO

Empire Health Foundation has launched a search for a new Chief Executive Officer to lead the Foundation. The new CEO will take over the position from founding CEO Antony Chiang.


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According to EHF’s job posting, the foundation is looking for a candidate that will:

“Build on the strong existing foundation and inspirational track record of cutting-edge partnerships and bold initiatives to advance health in the region. The new CEO will chart the next era that focuses on community engagement and alignment through shared vision and collaborative strategies, the integration and maturation of initiatives incubated by EHF, continued exploration of entrepreneurial opportunities, and attention to staff development and organizational infrastructure to move EHF to a new level of impact in the coming decade.

The new CEO will be a values-centered leader with a passion for advancing the health and well-being of rural and underserved populations. They will bring a sophisticated and innovative approach to leveraging philanthropic dollars for greater impact and investment. The CEO will be a natural relationship builder who integrates community input into initiatives and builds strong partnerships with a diverse array of stakeholders for shared impact. They will be a nurturing and collaborative manager who inspires, coaches, and leads teams internally and externally that support a shared vision and collective investment in the work.”

Additional details on the position and instructions to apply can be found here.