Thank you for your support!
Thank you to everyone who joined us for the Mass General Center for Community Health Improvement's (CCHI's) Virtual Celebration this past Thursday, November 12th. For those who were unable to join us, here are some of the highlights from the event.

We are also proud to share our 25th anniversary report and a special Charged podcast featuring our own Joan Quinlan, Vice President for Community Health.
25 Years of Commitment, Collaboration & Connection
Our 2020 report commemorates CCHI’s founding a quarter century ago. Learn more about our journey from 1995 through the present and our plans for moving forward as we look to the next 25 years.
Building Healthier Communities • CCHI at 25 Years
We sat down with colleagues and staff members whose experiences embody CCHI’s key strategies - empowering youth and promoting educational attainment, improving access to care, and engaging communities to build a culture of health. The video premiered at our anniversary event.
A Celebration of Community Health
Did you miss the program? Would you like to go back and watch some of the great presentations from Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley, Attorney General Maura Healey, Kaiser Permanente's Dr. Bechara Choucair and MGH's Dr. Peter Slavin?
Congratulatory Messages from Community Partners
None of this work would be possible without the partnership and collaboration of so many. Here are just a few of our colleagues sharing their congratulatory messages.

Thank you to: Martin, J. Walsh, Mayor of Boston; Dr. Thea James, Boston Medical Center; Dimple Rana, City of Revere; Robert DeLeo, Mass Speaker; Beth Chandler, YW Boston; Laura Maslow-Armand and Ivan Espinoza-Madrigal, Lawyers for Civil Rights; Tom Ambrosino, Chelsea City Manager; Lorita Williams, ACE; Danny Ryan, State Rep; Molly Baldwin, ROCA; Nicholas Granitsas, First Congregational Church of Revere; Rafael Mares, The Neighborhood Developers; and, Caren Walker Gregory, Edward M. Kennedy Academy for Health Careers.  
A Career Dedicated to Serving the Underserved and Driving Access to Health Care
Joan Quinlan, MPA, CCHI’s founding director and Vice President for Community Health, is stepping down from her role as VP on December 31st. In this Charged podcast, Joan shares her 25 year journey at Mass General, talking about the initiatives she helped to develop and the thread of social justice that has run through her career.