Monday, October 5, 2015

Endowment for Health Names Sue Fulton as Chief Financial Officer

Sue Fulton has been appointed Chief Financial Officer at the Endowment for Health, New Hampshire’s largest health foundation.  Fulton, who has been with the foundation since its inception, has served the organization in progressively responsible positions.

Endowment for Health President Yvonne Goldsberry said, “I am excited that Sue will enrich her service to the Endowment and to the State of New Hampshire in this new role.  She brings a wealth of financial experience and knowledge of grantmaking to our organization.”

 “The last fifteen years at the Endowment have been an incredible journey, working with some of the most passionate and dedicated people in the state,” said Fulton.  “I look forward to my continued role ensuring this New Hampshire resource is managed effectively and efficiently.”

Fulton had previously served as the foundation’s director of grants management and finance, where she oversaw the grant application process, grant budgets, and grantee progress reporting as well as financial services and accounting activities for the organization. 

Prior to her tenure at the Endowment, Fulton worked as a data analyst for the Vermont Program for Quality in Health, an organization dedicated to developing and implementing a system of quality design and measurement for physicians, other health care professionals, hospitals, and health care facilities. 

Fulton serves on the Governor’s Interagency Council on Homelessness and is active in the Grant Managers Network, where she is immediate past board chair and currently serves on the Network’s Learning Advisory Council. 

Fulton earned her Masters Degree in Business Administration from Plymouth University and also holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Granite State College as well as an Associate Degree in Accounting from the Community College of Vermont.     

 “We are truly lucky to have Sue on board,” said Goldsberry.  “We look forward to a seamless transition in her work with our Board and grantees.”