Leadership Program Unites Nonprofit, Healthcare Sectors To Better Serve Tulsans

The Vanguard: LEAD program aims to build a network of both nonprofit and public organizations and give them tools and solutions to better serve Tulsans who need it most.

Tuesday, March 12th 2024, 7:45 am

By: News On 6


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A Tulsa nonprofit is helping other organizations tackle health equity in the community. Leadership Tulsa is collaborating with Ascension Saint John to help Tulsa's nonprofit and healthcare sectors make a difference.

The Vanguard: LEAD program aims to build a network of both nonprofit and public organizations and give them tools and solutions to better serve Tulsans who need it most.

At this time, there are about 20 organizations participating in the program.

Marcia Bruno-Todd is the Executive Director of Leadership Tulsa and said these organizations are focused on underserved or marginalized groups.

“What makes a thriving Tulsa for all is considering all the places we live, we work, we pray, we eat," Bruno-Todd said. “I’m really grateful that we live in a city that believes in investing in each other. Investing in each other’s success is investing in our collective futures.”

Bruno-Todd said the program also helps the leaders of these organizations strengthen their skills to become better leaders.

The program held its first cohort on March 8 and there are three more planned for this year.

Organizers said based on the response they get, that will determine how the program evolves in the future.

CLICK HERE to learn more about the leadership program.

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