Events

Event

In the Community – Alliance Medical Ministry, Healthy Start Breakfast (cancelled)

North Ridge Country Club
6612 Falls of Neuse Road, Raleigh, NC 27615

Young Moore is proud to sponsor this event. 

Join us for A Healthy Start Breakfast 2020 and hear from keynote speaker, Rhett Mabry, President of The Duke Endowment.

  • Attendance is free!
  • Learn about Alliance Medical’s mission and community impact and current healthcare issues faced by the uninsured population.
  • Hear compelling patient testimonials along with social determinants of health and our role in addressing those areas.
  • Help Alliance Medical raise over $125,000 to support its clinic.

Update:

This event has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 Outbreak

Speakers

Rhett N. Mabry, President, The Duke Endowment

A native of Greensboro, N.C., Mabry joined the Endowment in 1992 as Associate Director of Health Care. He became Director of Child Care in 1998, was named Vice President of the Endowment in 2009, and became President in 2016. Mabry holds a Master of Health Administration from Duke University and a bachelor’s degree from UNC Chapel Hill. Before joining the Endowment, he was a manager at Ernst & Young and HCA West Paces Ferry Hospital. He has served on the North Carolina Governor’s Early Childhood Advisory Council and the board of the North Carolina Center for Public Policy Research. He is a past board chair of the Southeastern Council of Foundations, and serves as an Observer to the Duke University Board of Trustees.



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