Leaders in Action

Strengthening the Bonds of Connection Through Togetherness
Posted On January 5, 2022
Connection is vital to our personal and community health. Learn how leaders have used connection to shape holistic approaches to health equity work.
Reshaping Policy Across the U.S.
Posted On January 5, 2022
A newly released report highlights how participants are building a Culture of Health
Preventing the Displacement of Minority-Owned Small Businesses
Posted On September 9, 2021
How does gentrification affect small businesses?
Racial Healing: “This is the Work of America”
Posted On April 1, 2021
Dr. Gail Christopher shares her vision for transformation
Ensley Alive
Posted On January 22, 2021
Bettina Byrd-Giles reflects on a community’s creative revolution
Co-creating a True Justice System
Posted On November 18, 2020
From reform to community-led transformation
The Power of Collaboration During COVID-19
Posted On August 19, 2020
Our greatest powers are rooted in connection. Our most effective actions are collective. As the effects of COVID-19 began to hit home, hitting some much harder than others, a group of Culture of Health Leaders recognized that their network of relationships put them in a unique position to take collaborative action, both to help each… View Article
Making Funding for Social Good More Equitable
Posted On February 26, 2020
Alumni form new cooperative to find solutions
A Reflection From an Alumna About the Program Experience
Posted On September 23, 2019
The Culture of Health Leaders program may officially last three years, but according to leaders themselves, the effects of participating can last a lifetime.
Prison-to-Professionals: Investing in Potential
Posted On July 15, 2019
Breaking the cycle of incarceration through higher education, mentorship, and hope
Leader Spotlight: How a Nurse Practitioner’s Housing Solution Saved a Cancer Patient’s Life
Posted On April 24, 2019
Nurse Practitioner and RWJF Culture of Health Leader Addresses Homelessness
Brotherly Love: Health of Black Men and Boys in Philadelphia
Posted On April 23, 2019
A new report identifies disparities and strategic priorities
In Fond Memory of Dana Harvey
Posted On April 3, 2019
Dana will be missed by her fellow Culture of Health Leaders, Culture of Health Leaders program staff, and by the entire Robert Wood Johnson Foundation family.
Reimagining Resilience Through the Healing Arts
Posted On March 11, 2019
People’s existing knowledge and traditions have powerful potential to spark healing.
Webinar Exploring Housing as a Lever for Health
Posted On November 20, 2018
Hear the latest thinking from a variety of RWJF grantees
Living the Hopkins Mission
Posted On October 29, 2018
Leaders Honored by Johns Hopkins University Medical School
Recognizing Bright Spots in Building Healthy Communities
Posted On April 26, 2018
Leader Bettina Byrd-Giles selected to join Culture of Health Prize Advisory Group
From a Brownfield to a Catalyst of Health
Posted On February 5, 2018
Abandoned School in Howardville, Missouri to Be Preserved and Transformed into a Community Health Center and Civic Hub
Presenting the Power of Collaboration
Posted On January 17, 2018
Felipe Tendick-Matesanz joins panel at American Public Health Association Annual Meeting
Achieving What One Leader Can Not Do Alone
Posted On January 3, 2018
The Power of Collaboration Across Sectors, Professions, and Geographies
Raising Urban Greens
Posted On November 17, 2017
Eugene Cooke’s urban farming practices featured in Atlanta Magazine.