Cambridge Health Alliance is pleased to welcome Susie Posner-Jones as Chief Development Officer.
Susie joins Cambridge Health Alliance from University of Vermont Health Network, where she served as the Network Director of Philanthropy and Population Health. Susie began with UVM Health Network (UVM Medical Center) as a Major Gift Officer twelve years ago, and was promoted to Senior Development Officer, and then Director of Development, before entering her current role. Susie planned, built, and implemented a centralized team, a data and metrics reporting process, and managed a 16-person team across Vermont and New York with an annual fundraising goal of $14M (as part of a $35M Academic Health Sciences goal). Prior to joining UVM Health Network, she was the Community Impact Director at the United Way of NW Vermont. Susie holds a Masters in Healthcare Administration with a focus in Population Health.
In her new role as Chief Development Officer, Susie will be a member of the Senior Leadership team and she will work closely with CEO, Assaad Sayah, MD., other senior leaders, the Foundation Board, and clinical leadership to meet development goals. Susie will provide fundraising leadership for a growing development program and will work on fundraising strategies to support Cambridge Health Alliance’s plan to improve population health, facilities development, academics, and clinical programs. Susie is excited to bring her passion and experience raising funds in mission-driven healthcare organizations to Cambridge Health Alliance.
About Cambridge Health Alliance
Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA) is a nationally respected and innovative healthcare system that makes a positive difference in people’s lives. Based in Cambridge, Somerville, and Boston’s metro-north communities, CHA provides coordinated care to vulnerable and diverse patient populations guided by its core values of compassion, integrity, respect, community, learning, and excellence.
CHA’s Vision Statement is “Equity and Excellence for Everyone, Every Time”. Many CHA patients have public or subsidized insurance (Medicare, Medicaid, etc.) and traditionally experience barriers to care. In order to serve these individuals and families, CHA has bilingual providers, a robust interpreter program, and an award-winning Volunteer Health Advisor program that brings together people from many cultures to help local residents gain access to care and live healthier lives.
For more information, please visit https://www.challiance.org/