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October 01, 2019
Welcome New Senior Program Officer, Mercy Siordia!

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Mercy Siordia as Senior Program Officer at UniHealth Foundation. Mercy will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day grantmaking and will work closely with the Foundation’s President & Chief Operating Officer, Jennifer Vanore, PhD to support programs and services to improve population and community health throughout Southern California.

Mercy Siordia brings over twenty years of experience in grantmaking in the safety net, health workforce development, homelessness, and evaluation. Most recently, Mercy worked at Health Net where she managed the Community Investment & Infrastructure program, a $140 million portfolio focused on improving the capacity and infrastructure of safety net providers and improving the health of underserved communities. Prior to her work at Health Net, Mercy was the Community Benefit Manager for Kaiser Permanente, Southern California Region where she was responsible for the partnership and grant making program with Safety Net Providers that include community clinics, public hospitals and public health departments.

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