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A Champion of Diversity and Inclusion, Dr. Jane Delgado, President and CEO of National Alliance for Hispanic Health, Retires from The Kresge Foundation Board of Trustees
Date:6/20/2013

Washington, DC (PRWEB) June 20, 2013

President and CEO of the National Alliance for Hispanic Health, Delgado joined the Kresge board in 1997 and helped guide the foundation’s transition from a funder of brick-and-mortar projects to one that focuses on expanding opportunities for the poor and vulnerable living in America’s cities. She chaired the Audit Committee and spearheaded the adaptation of Sarbanes-Oxley while making best practices standard practice at the foundation.

Elaine D. Rosen, chairwoman of the Kresge board, says Delgado took the job of trustee to heart. “Jane championed diversity and inclusion throughout her tenure. She advocated working on the ground in communities, saying it was one of the most trusted methods for reaching vulnerable populations – and therefore one of the most effective.”

Kresge, based in a suburb of Detroit, is a $3 billion national foundation that works to expand opportunity through grantmaking and investing in health, human services, education, arts and culture, work in the environment, and community development efforts in Detroit.

“Since joining Kresge’s board, Jane has emphasized the importance of investing in organizations whose leadership exhibited those qualities Sebastian Kresge, our founder, so valued,” adds Rip Rapson, president of the foundation. “Organizations with authentic leadership reflective of the communities they served; organizations with an ethic of humility and service.”

Delgado brought a deep and abiding sense of fairness, equity and clarity to the board. She was instrumental in the creation of the Special Opportunities Initiative, a five-year effort that helped seven high-performing nonprofit organizations expand their private bases of support for their annual operations. The goal was to help them achieve long-term financial sustainability by augmenting government funding and/or earned income with a reliable stream of charitable contributio
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