Posted March 06, 2023 in News Items
March 6, 2023
THE SAINT LUKE’S FOUNDATION OF CLEVELAND PROMOTES TWO STAFF MEMBERS
March 6, 2023 (CLEVELAND, OHIO) The Saint Luke’s Foundation is pleased to announce the promotions of Sharon Edmond to Administrative Officer and Dionne Huffman to Program Coordinator.
“Sharon Edmond and Dionne Huffman infuse extraordinary qualities to the staff of Saint Luke’s Foundation. Jointly their work and spirit are vital to our operations. Both have consistently gone beyond the call of duty to carry out the values of the Foundation. Their compassion, work ethic, and overall job performance have positioned them both for well-earned job growth opportunities,” according to Timothy Tramble Sr., President and CEO of the Saint Luke’s Foundation.
Huffman started at the Saint Luke’s Foundation in 2021, as the Program Assistant. Specifically, she will handle the administrative and clerical functions in support of the day-to-day operations of the Foundation’s program staff and the Foundation’s grantmaking process. Dionne previously served in the public relations sector in partnership with Cleveland Public Schools, and most recently served in the lottery industry traveling statewide to help facilitate training seminars and special events.
Edmond previously worked with the American Heart Association, The Diabetes Partnerships, and CDF Freedom Schools before joining the Saint Luke's Foundation in 2018. After joining the Saint Luke's Foundation in 2018 as a volunteer front desk receptionist, Sharon Edmond has held several positions, most recently as the front desk receptionist. Edmond graduated from Hampton University with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology.
“For these reasons, it is in the best interest of the Foundation and the populations we serve that we make deeper investments in the tremendous assets we have in Sharon Edmond and Dionne Huffman,” said Tim Tramble Sr.
About the Saint Luke’s Foundation
Now in its 26th year of grant making, The Saint Luke’s Foundation is dedicated to achieving health equity by addressing social determinants of health for people in neighborhoods surrounding Saint Luke’s and throughout Cuyahoga County. Saint Luke’s is committed to demonstrating grantmaking that is responsive to the community and believes that people thrive as a result of living free of racism and poverty and experiencing equitable economic opportunities and conditions that enable them to lead healthier lives. Since it was established with the charitable assets of the Saint Luke’s Medical Center in 1997, the Foundation has awarded over $165 million in grants. Information on the work of Saint Luke’s Foundation is available on the Foundation’s website: www.saintlukesfoundation.org.