FHLI Unifies All Programs with New Visual Identity
CARY — The Foundation for Health Leadership & Innovation, a nonprofit organization that develops innovative programs to advance services and improve the overall health of North Carolinians, today announced the launch of its new brand that unifies all of its programs with one visual identity.
“The 2020 brand launch kicks off an exciting new chapter for FHLI and celebrates the culture of innovation built during the organization’s 37-year history of tackling health issues facing rural areas,” said Anne Thomas, president and CEO. “The new unified brand is a reflection of the collective value our programs bring to the communities we serve and will help us promote that collective value as we extend our reach across the state.”
Although formatted in a consistent way, each new FHLI program logo has its own color palette and imagery associated with its offerings. Each logo also incorporates the iconic teal and purple graphic that represents the four pillars of FHLI: building leadership, shaping practice, affecting policy, and driving innovation.
“Working with others, developing partnerships, and building healthy communities can only be accomplished with the support of the entire organization,” said Thomas. “And this new unified brand reflects the strength of that support.”
The Foundation for Health Leadership & Innovation is a nonprofit organization that envisions healthy communities across North Carolina where everyone can flourish. FHLI develops and supports innovative partnerships that build a healthier North Carolina through collaboration and respect. With a long history in the state — and a deep understanding of its health care needs — FHLI scales solutions that benefit the entire state. FHLI staff are thought leaders and experts who bring communities together for a better, healthier North Carolina. Learn more at www.foundationhli.org.
For more information, contact:
Marni Schribman, Director of Communications & Public Relations
Foundation for Health Leadership & Innovation