On June 25, 2013, the Johnson Center for Philanthropy at Grand Valley State University will host a discussion with Dinah Dittman, national director of community engagement and philanthropy for Kaiser Permanente. As a senior team member of the largest nonprofit health care provider in the country, Ms. Dittman drives the community and philanthropic vision for an organization that provides over nine million Americans with care at its 570 medical offices and hospitals across the United States.
Ms. Dittman will provide a brief "Health Care Insurance Reform 101" overview and engage the audience in an interactive discussion about systems, possibilities and challenges of philanthropy and society.
Please join us as we engage in this important discussion and add your perspective on priorities for creating and sustaining healthy communities now and in the future.
Dinah L. Waldsmith Dittman
National Director, Community Engagement and Philanthropy
Community Benefit Department
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Johnson Center for Philanthropy
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