de Beaumont Foundation Strengthens Team with Industry Leaders

June 4, 2018

Following the appointment of Brian C. Castrucci, MA, as Chief Executive Officer, the de Beaumont Foundation continues to demonstrate its ability to attract top-level talent, appointing its first Vice President of Communications and Vice President of Impact. “It’s an exciting time to be at the de Beaumont Foundation and work in the field of public health,” Castrucci said. “We are thoughtfully building a team designed for change and impact.”

Mark Miller, Vice President of Communications, has held leadership positions in philanthropy, healthcare, politics, and policymaking, including the White House, the Case Foundation, AmeriCorps, and Children’s National Health System. He will support the Foundation’s programs and grantees through innovative communications strategies and will work with the Foundation’s partners to elevate the field of public health. “Mark’s skills and experience are a perfect fit for the de Beaumont Foundation as we anticipate the future needs of public health,” Castrucci said. “With his unique set of skills in communications, politics, health, and philanthropy, he brings new talent and a fresh perspective to the Foundation and the entire public health field. His expertise in digital strategy will be especially beneficial as we build on our momentum and expand our reach and impact.”
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Katie Sellers, DrPH, CPH, who has 20 years of experience in public health, is the Foundation’s new Vice President for Impact. She recently served as Senior Vice President for Science and Strategy at the March of Dimes and Chief Science and Strategy Officer at the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO). In her newly created role, she will demonstrate the impact of the Foundation’s investments and inform decisions about how to achieve the greatest impact. “Dr. Sellers’ decades of experience in research and evaluation, strategic planning, and collaborative leadership make her an excellent addition to our team at this time,” Castrucci said. “Not only does she bring deep knowledge and experience in public health, but she also has worked with us as a grantee, which provides an important perspective to our partnerships.”
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Written by Mark Miller

Mark Miller is the Vice President of Communications at the de Beaumont Foundation. Follow him on Twitter at @mmiller20910.