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Peter Long, Ph.D

For the last year, Blue Shield of California Foundation has been closely following the work of the California Future Health Workforce Commission . This group of health, labor and education experts...

Evelyn Dilsaver, Blue Shield of California Foundation Board Chair

Partners, Great leaders share their vision, exude integrity, and inspire others to embrace new opportunities that push their limits. Today I am writing to inform you that Dr. Peter Long, President...

[ Update: Jun 27, 2019 - the U.S. Supreme Court did not approve the addition of the citizenship question to the 2020 Census. ] A fundamental principle of our democracy is that we are all equal; that...

A data strategy can help our decision-making, further understanding, and surface opportunities.

Emily Otani, Blue Shield of California

This article originally appeared in Blue Shield of California's News Center . Communities in Sacramento County were faced with a staggering reality – African-American children had disproportionately...

Lucia Corral Peña Surina Khan

This blog originally appeared on Philanthropy California . Philanthropy California is an initiative of Northern California Grantmakers, Southern California Grantmakers, and San Diego Grantmakers. If...

The start of a New Year—and the beginning of a new gubernatorial administration in Sacramento—presents a good opportunity for my colleagues in health philanthropy and me to reflect on the very...

Peter Long, Ph.D.

Last month, people around the world watched in near-real-time as NASA’s Mars InSight spacecraft touched down safely on Mars. In addition to providing us with a feel-good news story (how could you not...

Historically, when it comes to being Program staff at our Foundation, you’re either a “health” person or a “domestic violence” person. And, for all of my career, I’ve been a “health” person. But as...

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