HEALTHUP Foundation improves access to healthcare around the world. The organization partners with governments, businesses, nonprofits, and other organizations to improve the performance and reliability of health systems in the most inaccessible and isolated last-mile communities. HEALTHUP Foundation drives transformative innovation in pursuit of a bold vision: a world where health is within reach for everyone, no matter where they live. HEALTHUP Foundation advances health equity in the belief that the community should die of preventable disease, and that every community should have the tools it needs to thrive.
The mission of The Health Up Foundation is to improve and enrich the lives of the community by setting the standard of excellence in preventative health education and to promote healthy behaviors and lifestyles for the entire family through education, community outreach and technology.
To inspire hope and contribute to health and well-being and empower people.
Founded in 1994, Firm Foundation, Inc. (“FFI”), a for-profit organization, sought to educate and serve individuals and small groups on the matters of health, nutrition, fitness and stress management. FFI’s philosophy was the promotion of individual growth in these areas. While educating in nutrition and fitness, we realized the tremendous need for a community-based extension of services to include family preventive care and health maintenance. Derived from a conscious and focused effort to give back to the community, the entity formerly known as Firm Foundations Inc. evolved into Firm Foundations Community II (FFC II). And now, with the addition of a digital magazine and online social community, The Health Up Foundation aims to reach people from a variety of communities, here in the U.S. and across the world.
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Alexander Y Williams has over 25 years of high-value business consulting experience in corporate America as a Visionary Leader multiple global consulting firm such as Core Comm, OnX and Iron Mountain.
Andrew Jackson serves as Executive Director of the Commission on Economic Inclusion and Senior Vice President of the Greater Cleveland Partnership initiative to build and sustain economic growth by enhancing the participation of minority professionals and minority-owned businesses in overall efforts to create jobs and investment in Northeast Ohio. He is also a senior vice president at GCP.
Internal Medicine at The Cleveland Clinic, Bonita Coe, MD, MBA, is a native of Cleveland, Ohio and received her undergraduate degree in human biology from Stanford University in Stanford, Calif.
Poppie Parish is Senior Vice President and officer of Corporate Minority and Women’s Business Development and Urban Strategies for KeyCorp’s Community Development Banking.
Tina Pildner is an Account Manager for Iron Mountain and resides in Cleveland, OH. Tina, a California native, received her undergraduate degree in Management and a minor in Marketing from Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, TN
Latisha James is the director for the Center for Community Partnerships at Case Western Reserve University. The office serves as a clearinghouse of information regarding the instrumental role the university provides in improving the quality of life throughout the Northeast Ohio region.
Myron Bennett is the founder and owner of the McKenzie Business and Consulting Groups. Mr. Bennett has more than twenty years of experience in organizational development, advocacy, fund development and systems planning in both the health care and non-profit sectors.
Yvonka Marie Hall is the Director of the Cleveland Office of Minority Health. She is responsible for addressing local health disparity needs with the emphasis on informing, educating and empowering at risk communities.
Eric Harris is the CEO of the North Coast Financial Group. Eric is an independent Financial Advisor representing several Financial Companies, and was previously affiliated with Prudential Financial for 18 years.