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Why I Give: Jodi Stamey  

We caught up with Jodi Stamey, committee member of the WakeMed Foundation Helton Scholarship Endowment Fund and Vice President for Advancement at William Peace University, to talk about why serving WakeMed matters to her. Education matters to local leader Jodi Stamey. It’s why she spends her professional career in university advancement, cultivating community and alumni […]

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Why I Give: Dana Green

Each year, the WakeMed Foundation’s Community Campaign offers an opportunity to support hospital programs and services. We connected with Dana Green, a local marketing leader and Chair of the Community Campaign, to talk about why serving WakeMed and the community is important to her.  When I moved to Raleigh about nine years ago, I wanted to give […]

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Why I Give: Chris Bell    

Each year, the WakeMed Foundation’s Community Campaign offers an opportunity to support hospital programs and services. We chatted with Chris Bell, Middle Market Banking Manager for the Triangle Region at Truist, to talk about why serving WakeMed matters. In the fight against Covid-19, the Triangle community has banded together to support relief efforts. The effort has […]

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Why I Give: Amanda Powell

Each year, the WakeMed Foundation’s Community Campaign offers an opportunity to support hospital programs and services. We sat down with Amanda Powell, a local talent professional and Community Campaign Team Leader, to talk about why serving WakeMed matters to her. Born and raised in Raleigh, Amanda Powell considers herself a wholehearted, can’t-help-it-enthusiastic ambassador for the […]

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Why I Give: Molly Anderson

Each year, the WakeMed Foundation’s Community Campaign offers an opportunity to support hospital programs and services. We sat down with Molly Anderson, a local entrepreneur and Community Campaign Team Leader, to talk about why serving WakeMed matters to her.   In October 2018, I ended up in the chest pain unit at WakeMed, not feeling well. They […]

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Why I Give: Margaret Worten

Each year, the WakeMed Foundation’s Community Campaign offers an opportunity to support hospital programs and services. We sat down with Margaret Worten, a local marketing executive and Community Campaign Volunteer, to talk about why serving WakeMed matters to her. Margaret Worten Celebrates the Scope of WakeMed’s Work Margaret Worten doesn’t work in medicine or health […]

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Why I Give: Jun Park

Each year, the WakeMed Foundation’s Community Campaign offers an opportunity to support hospital programs and services. We chatted with Jun Park, Vice President of Business Product Operations at Express Scripts, to talk about why supporting WakeMed matters. Working in the pharmaceutical industry, Jun Park was in a position to bolster COVID relief immediately when the […]

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Why I Give: Creighton Blackwell

Each year, the WakeMed Foundation’s Community Campaign offers an opportunity to support hospital programs and services. We sat down with Creighton Blackwell, member of the WakeMed Board of Directors and Vice President of Corporate Affairs and Community Engagement at Coastal Credit Union, to talk about why serving WakeMed matters to him. I’ve lived in the Triangle […]

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