Stakeholders As a community-owned and governed non-profit asset, we are accountable to all within the communities we serve. Shared Governance Evolution to Amplify Our Unwavering Commitment to Community GRANTS Moses Taylor Foundation Healthy Workplace By definition, a consortium is an association of two or more individuals, companies, organizations or governments with the shared objectives of pooling their resources and participating in a common activity in order to establish an enterprise beyond the resources of any one member alone. AmeriCorps Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA) Program (in-kind) ALA Diabetes Prevention Program HRSA PCTE Medication-Assisted Treatment Supplement Moses Taylor Foundation Together in Health School-Based Health Center Renovation and Expansion United Way of Wyoming Valley HRSA Teaching Health Center Graduate Medical Education Appalachian Regional Commission Weinberg Foundation Federally Qualified Health Center Consultant NEPA Health Care Foundation Oral Health Navigation Project Fund for Shared Insight Listen for Good ELINOR OSTROM The first woman awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences Through active partnerships with a wide variety of regional and national partnerships, The Wright Center serves as a backbone organization to foster collective action, trust and cooperation to steward public goods and resources in response to identified community health needs. Our organizational evolution and active pursuit of community collaboration is based on Elinor Ostrom’s Nobel Prize-winning theory of Common Pool Resource Management and the belief that healthcare and workforce development are common pool resources. The Wright Center is led by engaged and diverse board members, including patients, staff members, community advocates and representatives from educational institutions and hospitals, to ensure effective organizational oversight and uphold the public trust. These board members represent our community at large, aiming to improve the health of our community through education, patient engagement, advocacy and quality patient-centered services. Along with the exceptional thought leadership from our board members and active engagement of our collaborative partners and staff, we are grateful for the local and national funders who believe in our mission and financially support our efforts.