The New York School-Based Health Foundation grew out of the former NYS Coalition for School Based Health Centers, which was re-branded as an affiliate of the National School Based Health Alliance and is now recognized as the New York School-Based Health Alliance. Complementing the member and advocacy focus of the Alliance, the Foundation is the 501(c)(3) non-profit arm with a broad mission of education, research and support for the growth and expansion of SBHCs, as well as improving access for all children and youth statewide.
To fund education and research endeavors in an effort to both increase public understanding of the School-based model and to improve the quality of our School-Based Health Centers (SBHCs).
Improve access to comprehensive primary care for all children and youth statewide, including medical, mental, oral, and community health services, through high-quality program delivery in partnership with the NYSBH Alliance.
Promote the growth and expansion of School-based Health Centers across New York State.
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Lisa Perry, MBA, MPP
Manager of the NY School-Based Health Foundation
Ms. Perry is a consultant with extensive executive experience in health care performance improvement. Her work focuses on data-driven innovation in patient services and operations. As
Principal of Morningside Health Strategies, recent engagements include fund development and project management for multiple programs of the New York School-Based Health Foundation; FQHC operational assessment; team-based care optimization; software evaluation &; data strategy design.
Prior to this, Ms. Perry served at the Community Health Care Association of NY State (CHCANYS) from 2008 -2019. As Sr. Vice President of Quality & Technology Initiatives she raised funds to triple the staff providing technical assistance and training to New York State’s 70+ Federally Qualified Health Centers. Key accomplishments while at CHCANYS included implementation of the Center for Primary Care Informatics, a statewide population health management system, and the founding of a HRSA-funded Health Center Controlled Network.
Social Media & Engagement Manager
Sarah is an honors graduate from New York University with her B.A. in Global Public Health & Sociology and a Spanish minor.
As a previous student intern for both the NY School-Based Health Alliance as their Policy and Grassroots Advocacy intern and the NY School-Based Health Foundation as their Visibility Intern, Sarah is now rejoining the Foundation as their Social Media & Engagement Manager. Outside of this role, Sarah also is a Co-Founder of the Los Angeles mutual aid collective, Farm2Power which aims to provide fresh produce to communities in need of food support. In the future, Sarah hopes to pursue her Masters in Public Health and continue working with marginalized communities who face health disparities, particularly communities of color and LGBTQ+ communities.