The Community Hope mural organized by poet Jordan Chaney is a large red rose breaking through concrete, and covers the side of a bakery in downtown Pasco.


Peng visits Tiananmen Square on a business trip to Beijing.

Meet Peng Wang

“I believe Group Health Foundation’s purpose of improving health and racial equity is fundamentally important.” Peng joins as the managing director of investments. In this role, he looks forward to applying his 15+ years of investing experience to generate financial returns that support the Foundation’s mission.Read More »

Jorge and his partner on a recent trip to Iceland

Meet Jorge Gutierrez

Jorge comes to Group Health Foundation from Astoria, Oregon, where he served as the executive director of the Lower Columbia Hispanic Council (LCHC). He’s eager to get to know and connect with communities and organizations across Washington State, particularly the smaller organizations that remind him of LCHC when he was first starting there.Read More »

LiLi Liu

Meet LiLi Liu

“I’m excited to be part of a team that is grounded in equity as a core value and centering communities furthest from opportunity.” As a first-generation Taiwanese-American woman growing up in Seattle, LiLi says she understands the importance of language and culture to developing a strong identity and brings these experiences to her work.Read More »