Health centers, health departments, and other health and human services nonprofits do so much to improve the health and quality of life of vulnerable populations. But all too often, they are doing so without sufficient staff support, revenue, and time to truly fulfill their missions.
That’s where Leading Healthy Futures comes in. They are here to help boost your capacity and elevate the work you do so you can have a bigger impact on community health.
Leading Healthy Futures provides several services to health centers, state and local health departments, community hospitals, and other health and human services nonprofits to help them achieve greater strategic clarity and grant support.
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Rachel Sacks, MPH has nearly 15 years of experience writing successful grants for health and human services nonprofits. As President of Leading Healthy Futures, she helps her clients conceptualize, define, and actualize new ideas for grant opportunities and partnerships, and is adept at translating complex information into easily understandable language for lay audiences. Since 2018, over 83% of the grants written by Rachel and her team were awarded, amounting to more than $25 million in awarded dollars to their nonprofit clients.
Rachel’s work with organizations and stakeholders across the healthcare field has provided her with a broad perspective on the challenges and opportunities the sector faces. Her prior experience includes time at the Illinois Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, the Chicago Department of Public Health, and the Center for Jewish Genetics. Rachel graduated Cum Laude from Northwestern University with a Bachelor of Arts in History and Science in Human Culture, and holds a Master of Public Health from UIC.