Potomac Health Foundation Welcomes New Director of Grant Programs

Following an extensive, competitive search, we are pleased and excited to announce Timothy McCue as the new Director of Grant Programs at Potomac Health Foundation. As Director of Grant Programs, Timothy will oversee the grant programs at the Foundation.

Prior to joining the team at the Potomac Health Foundation, Timothy served as Senior Program Officer at the William J. and Dorothy K. O’Neill Foundation headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio from 2009 until 2015. During his tenure at the O’Neill Foundation, Timothy helped the Foundation redefine the vision and mission, launched new grantmaking strategies, built a best in class youth philanthropy program, and evaluated the Foundation’s grantmaking across eleven metropolitan communities across the United States.

Prior to the O’Neill Foundation he spent almost four years at the Cleveland Department of Public Health (CDPH) in the Health Promotion division organizing in-house programming, such as Walk a Hound, Lose a Pound, and managing contracts with outside agencies, such as the Cleveland Metropolitan School District and American Lung Association, which performed community interventions under the Steps to a Healthier Cleveland brand. Prior to CDPH, Timothy worked at the Saint Luke’s Foundation in Cleveland.

In the community, Timothy has been a member of the Cuyahoga County Next Generation Council, a graduate of Cleveland Bridge Builders and a 2013 recipient of the Cleveland Professional 20/30 Club’s Movers and Shakers Top 25 Under 35 award. He received his master’s degree in public health from Case Western Reserve University. Timothy looks forward to getting involved in the communities of Woodbridge and Northern Virginia and enjoying all the amenities the region offers.

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The Potomac Health Foundation is an independent, private foundation organized exclusively for charitable purposes. The Foundation seeks to improve health and wellness for the people residing in the Foundation’s service area.