BRISTOL, CT -- At Main Street Community Foundation’s 25th Annual Meeting, held virtually in March, the Foundation welcomed three local residents to its Board of Directors.
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HARTFORD, CT -- “While Connecticut has made significant progress, there is still a long way to go to ensure that all of us receive equitable care and an equal opportunity to be our healthiest selves.” That observation from Tiffany Donelson, as she was named as the next president and CEO of the Connecticut Health Foundation, reflects both the many years of leadership by the Foundation, and the challenges that have become even more apparent during the COVID-19 crisis.
HARTFORD, CT -- The Connecticut Health Foundation has named Tiffany Donelson to be its next president and CEO, effective Sept. 1. Donelson will succeed Patricia Baker, who plans to retire after more than 20 years as the foundation’s founding leader.
HARTFORD, CT -- Companies and organizations are in need of smart, competent leaders more than ever. As the coronavirus pandemic upends the economy and changes the way companies, governments, colleges and nonprofits do business — likely forever — organizations need strong leaders who can guide them through an ever-changing landscape. Amid so much uncertainty, now seemed like as good a time as any for Hartford Business Journal to publish its first Power 50 list, which identifies business and civic leaders whose influence has a significant impact on the Greater Hartford economy and community. Jay Williams, president of the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving, was identified as #18 on the first Power 50 list.
Marlene Ibsen is recognized in the Hartford Business Journal's 2020 Women in Business Award.
Jill Hutensky is recognized as one of 15 remarkable women in the Hartford Business Journal's 2020 Women in Business Award.