When bi3 issued its first grant back in 2010, I don’t think anyone envisioned the day we would reach $100 million in grants, as our primary focus was never the monetary amount. Instead, bi3 steadfastly focused on fueling innovative approaches to improve health and healthcare and reduce health disparities.
Through that $100 million, our funding has empowered TriHealth and our community partners to improve access and how healthcare is delivered, advance health equity, enhance support for expecting mothers and families and aid youth facing mental health struggles. Our community has made significant, long-term impact in reducing extreme pre-term birth, the leading cause of infant death, especially among Black babies.
President & CEO, bi3
Data for Equity Funding Collaborative awards $275,000 to bolster health equity
The Data for Equity Funding Collaborative, a partnership among bi3, HealthPath Foundation of Ohio and Interact for Health, announced funding awards for 11 Greater Cincinnati nonprofit organizations to develop their organizational capacity around data and evaluation in service of health equity.
Each organization chosen for the Data for Equity Funding Collaborative will receive a $25,000 grant over 12 months.
Kiana Trabue named Who’s Who in Black Cincinnati
Congratulations to bi3 Vice President Kiana Trabue, who, along with Bethesda Inc. Board Member Dr. Thomas Shockley, was recently recognized by Who’s Who in Black Cincinnati and profiled in its publication.
The awards recognize and celebrate the remarkable contributions and impact honorees have made to the community.
Cincinnati Business Courier features Jill Miller as Woman Who Means Business
President and CEO Jill Miller is featured in this week’s Cincinnati Business Courier as one of their 2023 Women Who Mean Business.
Honored for her work championing health equity and fueling innovation, Jill was among eight Greater Cincinnati women recognized for their achievements over the past year, significantly impacting their businesses and our community.