2022 Terrance Keenan Institute Fellows Named
Grantmakers In Health recently announced the 2022 Terrance Keenan Institute for Emerging Leaders in Health Philanthropy class of fellows. The Terrance Keenan Institute was created to nurture the next generation of health grantmaking leaders and further their professional development. The program fosters relationships among the fellows; connects them with established figures in the field; and reflects key themes from Terrance Keenan’s work and writings such as leadership, innovation, taking risks, and the creative deployment of resources available to grantmakers.
Two Maryland Philanthropy Network members are among this years fellows. Congratulations!
Kenitra Fokwa is the Senior Program Officer at the Horizon Foundation, where she directs the foundation’s equity strategic priority. This includes managing a collaborative of racial equity grantees and helping to integrate equity strategies into all programs. She also oversees all foundation grantees and the general grantmaking process
Havaca Ganguly is the Executive Director of the Middendorf Foundation. In this capacity, she leads the foundation’s grantmaking efforts supporting the arts, education, historic preservation, health, environment, and social services, largely within the state of Maryland. Prior to her current role, Hava worked in international development as a staff member and consultant for Catholic Relief Services, Lutheran World Relief, and the Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies.
Source: Grantmakers In Health