Kansas Health Foundation announces two new team members

January 10, 2022

Media Contact Ashley Brunhoeber, (316) 491-8414

WICHITA, Kan. – The Kansas Health Foundation (KHF) is pleased to announce the addition of two new employees.

Drew Wilburne joins KHF as director of policy and outreach. Wilburne will develop and drive KHF’s policy agenda at the Kansas Statehouse and beyond, and will nurture needed relationships and create partnerships at all levels of KHF’s policy portfolio. Wilburne joins the Foundation from the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services, where he served as director of intergovernmental affairs.

Jazmine Rogers was recently appointed as executive assistant and will provide administrative and project support to the organization. Rogers has spent time working as a community organizer with Progeny KS (a youth program of Destination Innovation) cultivating relationships with community leaders and national partners. She is a member of the John Hopkins School of Public Health Youth Justice Research Committee.

Learn more about our entire KHF team by visiting this link.


About the Kansas Health Foundation

The Kansas Health Foundation (KHF) is a nonprofit organization based in Wichita but statewide in its focus. At KHF, all our work centers on our mission: to improve the health of all Kansans. As part of a new strategic framework, developed by our staff and board of directors, KHF also strives to accomplish three primary purposes: empower Kansas to lead the nation in health; eliminate the inequities that create health disparities; and, for KHF to become THE model for philanthropic impact.

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