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Jonathan Webb, MBA, MPH
Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Webb has spent more than 15 years in the public health space promoting community health outcomes; addressing the social determinants of health; and tackling a number of epidemics including childhood obesity, diabetes, and CVD. Jonathan's professional experience includes work for two local health departments including work within the Office of Epidemiology of the City of Chicago and leading the Community Health Division of the City of Evanston. Additionally, Mr. Webb has spent more than nine years in the nonprofit space leading strategy; building meaningful partnerships; fundraising; and implementing programming for organizations such as the McGaw YMCA, Feed the Children, and the American Osteopathic Association.

He served as the vice president of corporate alliances, grants and social enterprise for the American Diabetes Association, where he set the strategy for corporate relationships, led a team that developed strategic partnerships, and advanced the mission of the organization through grant and corporate funding. With the current fundraising climate keenly focused on strategic philanthropy, Mr. Webb has been working on effective collaboration and identifying those mutually beneficial partnerships that drive the mission of the organization forward.

A few of his most notable professional accomplishments include development of an award-winning program in Evanston, Women Out Walking; working on a small team responsible for bringing Evanston its first Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC); leading the McGaw YMCA's Pioneering Healthier Communities Initiative; testifying on behalf of Feed the Children to Congress' House Agriculture Committee in 2015 on social innovation and the role of public/private partnerships; and building large-scale partnerships at the American Diabetes Association.

Mr. Webb, a native of Philadelphia, Pa., holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Virginia Union University, a master's in public health from George Washington University, and an M.B.A. from the University of Notre Dame. He lives in Virginia with his wife and two children.