Grand Valley State University’s Johnson Center for Philanthropy is hosting a national health care expert to provide insight into what the implementation of the Affordable Care Act means for community-based health care providers and organized philanthropies.
The invitation-only event, called “Health Care Insurance Reform 101,” will feature Dinah Dittman, a Grand Valley alumna and national director of community engagement and philanthropy for Kaiser Permanente. As a senior team member of the largest nonprofit health care provider in the country, Dittman drives the community and philanthropic vision for an organization that provides more than 9 million Americans with care at its 570 medical offices and hospitals across the United States. Dittman will provide a brief overview and then lead an interactive discussion about systems, possibilities, and challenges of philanthropy and society.
Health Care Insurance Reform 101 featuring Dinah Dittman
June 25, 9 a.m.-noon
Johnson Center for Philanthropy
Bicycle Factory, 201 Front Avenue SW, Grand Rapids, MI 49504
Established in 1992 with support from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy is a university-based center serving nonprofits, foundations, and others seeking to transform their communities for the public good. The Johnson Center is recognized for its applied research and professional development benefiting practitioners and nonprofits through the faculty and staff of the Johnson Center’s Community Research Institute, Frey Foundation Chair for Family Philanthropy, The Foundation Review, The Grantmaking School, Johnson Center Philanthropy Archives and Library, and Philanthropic and Nonprofit Services.
For more information, contact Sherry Collver, (616) 331-7585, firstname.lastname@example.org.