How Community & Nonprofit Organizations Pivoted During COVID-19

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The Center for Health Affairs and Cleveland Community Organizations

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This episode will feature four community leaders who are leading their nonprofit organizations through uncertain times. Moderated by Patricia Terstenyak, Director of Community Health at The Center for Health Affairs, this panel discussion will explore how small to midsize community groups have made pivots in strategy and explore what impact COVID-19 has on their mission and the communities they serve. Patricia Terstenyak, Director of Community Health, The Center for Health Affairs - Moderator Andrew Newsome, Strategy Director, Cleveland Can’t Wait Jessica Walters, President/CEO, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cleveland Natalie Leek, President and CEO, Providence House Victor Ruiz, Executive Director, Esperanza

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