Jennifer Oldham has a dual role at The Healing Trust as its Program and Communications Officer. In this role, she manages the grants in the Physical Health, Cultures of Compassion, and Sabbatical categories, and manages The Trust’s communications across multiple platforms. She successfully led the rebranding process for The Healing Trust and created a philanthropy internship program for students of color, to increase the racial diversity in philanthropy in Middle Tennessee. Jennifer received her Bachelor of Sciences degree in Mass Communications from Tennessee State University and her Masters in Theological Studies from Vanderbilt Divinity School. She is a 2010 Hull Fellow of the Southeastern Council of Foundations and a member of the 2017 Nashville Emerging Leaders class.

Recent Posts by Jennifer Oldham

Data-Driven Policy Making In An Age Of Anecdotes: What Happens When A Foundation Creates A Policy Center?

A health foundation provided seed funding to launch a nonpartisan public policy research center, which has produced a number of reports, briefs, and blog posts. It does not advocate for specific policies—so it can maintain its credibility as a trustworthy source of politically neutral information.

August 31, 2017GrantWatch