Foundation / Corporation
California Health Care Foundation (CHCF)
06/05/20 3:00 PM Pacific Standard Time
Contract for services to a USA organization or individual for a research project relevant to the health care system in California. The contractor is expected to create a strategic plan to increase the diversity of entrepreneurs in the health technology field. The focus of this effort is racial and ethnic diversity and potentially female entrepreneurs. Women and persons of color are encouraged to apply.
CHCF is committed to diversifying the leadership of health technology companies in its portfolio and would like to explore opportunities to better support women and entrepreneurs of color. The purpose of the fund is to improve access to care for all Californians and 50%, 39.3%, 17.5%, and 6.5% of those Californians are women, Latino, Asian, and Black. While demographic characteristics of a company’s leadership is not determinative, research suggests that perspective matters and that diversity leads to more creative teams and better financial outcomes.CHCF believes that it will have more impact on access to high-quality care if its partners reflect the demographics of the overall Californian population.
Activities expected from the consultant are:
GrantWatch ID#: 189967
CHCF will select one grantee for the project.
Applicants should include bids consistent with completing all work described, in the range of $60,000.
The timeline for the project is negotiable, between two and four months.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Email proposals, and direct questions about the project or the proposal submission process, to:
1438 Webster Street #400
Oakland, CA 94612
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