Advancing Health Through Fostering
Partners for Better Health Stewards the
Randall Lewis Health & Policy Fellowship.
We are a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) dedicated to preparing new leaders with real-world experience, so they are ready to solve disparities and improve community healthcare throughout the Inland Empire, Southern California, and beyond.
Partnering for a Healthier Future
The people of each community are at the heart of our work. Health care and community wellness
is a complex system that requires input from many different perspectives in order to be effective.
Our fellows work to understand and interpret the needs of a community. We use this
information to come up with solutions that are developed and implemented by drawing from
our partnerships and resources found within our ever-growing network.
Health Care Systems
Impact Through Fellowship
Are you a health care graduate who is passionate about improving the lives of people in your community? The Randall Lewis Health & Policy Fellowship is an intern program designed to develop and equip graduate students in health-related fields with the skills necessary for influencing public policy, as well as driving change, at a regional level.
Join our Fellowship — Become a part of our ever-growing Fellowship Alumni Network. Together, we’ll lead healthy community efforts, city by city to embrace infrastructure that supports healthier lifestyles.
Congratulations to Jorge Barahona!
Jorge Barahona, a Master of Public Health student from the University of Southern California, Los Angeles on being selected as the 2021-2022 Nico Linesch Legacy Fund Scholar.
Give to Support Our Fellows
Help us form a network of solution-based leaders for the future.
Give to support our fellows’ development and projects. All contributions go directly to them
so they can learn, grow and impact the well-being of society.