Young Leaders Council of Community Healthcare Network

Lindsey2Thank you for attending the Spring Soiree event in April. There was an impressive turn out, and significant interest in the Young Leader’s Council that CHN will be launching this year. As I mentioned at the event, joining the Young Leader’s Council will provide a great opportunity to get involved in the healthcare community. I joined the board three years ago because I belief that all New Yorkers deserve access to quality care, regardless of insurance status.

If you share my passion, join us on the Young Leader’s Council and put your skills to use to help us advance our mission to provide access to quality, culturally-competent and comprehensive community-based primary care, mental health and social services for diverse populations in underserved communities throughout New York City. As part of the Council, there are several opportunities to volunteer with our organization and make a difference in your community. Stay tuned for a kickoff event this summer.

Looking forward to working with you all soon,

 

Erika Lindsey
CHN Board Member
Outreach and Development Committee Chair


PLEASE NOTE: We are no longer taking applications for this year. We will update this site when applications become available in 2018. Thank you for your interest.

CHN Mission

Community Healthcare Network’s (CHN) mission is to provide access to quality, culturally-competent and comprehensive community-based primary care, mental health and social services for diverse populations in underserved communities throughout New York City.  We are deeply committed to the communities we serve, and strive to increase accessibility to care, while empowering our patients to take control of their health.

Young Leaders Council

The council is for young professionals interested in advancing CHN’s mission, deepening their understanding of healthcare access issues, gain governance experience, and develop a network of peers interested in the intersection of social justice and health access.

Member Snapshot:

  • Attend annual Young Professional Meeting
  • Act as an advocate or ambassador to CHN
  • Recruit new members to the council
  • Volunteer for CHN
  • Engage with the CHN Board of Directors and staff
  • Plan an annual young professional event
  • Fundraise or contribute annual dues of $100

Members are asked to make a minimum one-year commitment, and can expect to spend 2-6 hours per month on projects in addition to attending meetings.

For more information, and an application, please email us at [email protected].