GHR Welcomes Two New Board Members

Monday, April 29, 2019

GHR Foundation is pleased to welcome new members, Jen Ford Reedy and Peter Mahoney, to our Board of Directors.

The GHR Board of Directors charts the strategic direction of the foundation, carrying out stewardship responsibilities and overseeing its grant making. Jen and Pete each bring invaluable experience and expertise from the public, private and nonprofit sectors and we are excited to add their unique perspectives to the exceptional group of leaders that make up our Board.

“We couldn’t be more pleased by the addition of Jen and Pete to our Board and will benefit from the valuable insights these exceptional leaders will bring during this exciting time at GHR,” said Amy Goldman, GHR’s CEO and Chair. Founded in 1965 by Gerald and Henrietta Rauenhorst, GHR is an independent foundation committed to building bridges across ideas, sectors and people; elevating powerful movements of faith and inter-faith communities for sustainable development; implementing systems change strategies across public, private and faith sectors to keep children in families globally; establishing a new school model to eliminate the education gap locally; and unlocking funding from industry and government to prevent Alzheimer’s Disease.

About our new Board members:

Jen Ford Reedy
President, Bush Foundation

Jennifer Ford Reedy has been president of the Bush Foundation since September 2012. The Bush Foundation invests in great ideas and the people who power them in Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota and 23 Native nations that share the same geography. Reedy's current community service includes board and committee work with Region’s Hospital, the Truman Foundation and Independent Sector. She is also a participant in the Itasca Project and the Minnesota Women's Economic Roundtable.


​Peter Mahoney 
Co-Founder, Arise Capital
Peter Mahoney is co-founder of Arise Capital, a Portland, OR-based impact investment management company which develops and manages regionally-focused impact investment products to promote positive economic development.  Peter was a long-time director of Enkel Foundation, and served as its chair for three years.  He currently serves on the Better Way Foundation Board of Directors and Investment Committee as well as the GHR Program & Results Committee.

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