Anna Holbrook is a (rare) Southern California native who can’t swim, has a serious aversion to beaches, and the Director of Marketing and Development at Riverside Community Health Foundation, a health-based non-profit whose mission is to improve the health and well-being of its community.

She will be giving us an update on what Riverside Community Health Foundation has been up to since the pandemic and how they have adapted, including, but not limited to their upcoming 10th annual breast cancer awareness walk – Pink on Parade.

As a self-proclaimed “Jack of all trades and [definitely a] master of none,” she tried to keep up with her many passions, but eventually narrowed her focus in the field of creative marketing. After years of working in the corporate environment, she decided to put her diverse skills to the test in the challenging world of non-profits.

Since then, she has not authored any books or made any groundbreaking research studies, but instead, has helped raise nearly three-quarters of a million dollars for the Foundation, pushed the envelope in awareness and the donor experience in Riverside, spearheaded a cancer survivorship movement in Southern California, and likes to think that she has made a positive impact on people’s lives through engagement, listening, and advocation.

Anna is a modern storyteller, a foodie, a traveler, an out-of-the-box-thinker, and is, most certainly, always full of surprises.