HealthTeacher announced today that it has hired Chris Stower to be its new vice president of development.
Stower comes to HealthTeacher from the Arnold Palmer Medical Center Foundation, where he served as executive director as well as chief operations officer for communications and branding. While there, he also worked with HealthTeacher in developing a hospital partnership model. That relationship included leading “the efforts for Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children to sponsor the HealthTeacher resources in the six school districts in Central Florida.”
“Chris has a proven track record of developing philanthropic gifts to support health and well-being for children. During his tenure at Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children, he led the development team that funded major capital projects and dozens of community youth and family outreach programs, developing support from both national and local corporate partners,” said HealthTeacher CEO Scott McQuigg. “Chris brings this expertise and passion to HealthTeacher in an effort to help our healthcare partners align with organizations and businesses to support community-based youth health and wellness programs.”
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