Foundations Welcome Gretchen Brandt

The Osteopathic Heritage Foundations are pleased to announce the appointment of Gretchen Brandt to the position of Executive Administrator. In this role, Ms. Brandt will support executive leadership, assist with grants management and coordinate strategic funding priorities and initiatives.    

Ms. Brandt comes to the Foundations with more than 10 years of experience with nonprofit, philanthropic and research organizations, and most recently served as Supporting Foundations Grants Management and Outreach Coordinator at The Columbus Foundation. Ms. Brandt is active in the community, including serving on the YWCA Columbus Marketing and Communications Committee and as Financial Secretary and member of the bell choir at Trinity Lutheran Evangelical Church. 

Ms. Brandt earned a Master of International Affairs degree from Texas A&M University and a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and German from The Ohio State University.

“Gretchen’s philanthropic experience will greatly benefit the Foundations and assist in advancing our mission to improve the health and quality of life in the community through education, research and service consistent with our osteopathic heritage,” said Terri Donlin Huesman, the Foundations’ president and CEO.

Foundations Welcome Gretchen Brandt

The Osteopathic Heritage Foundations are pleased to announce the appointment of Gretchen Brandt to the position of Executive Administrator. In this role, Ms. Brandt will support executive leadership, assist with grants management and coordinate strategic funding priorities and initiatives.    

Ms. Brandt comes to the Foundations with more than 10 years of experience with nonprofit, philanthropic and research organizations, and most recently served as Supporting Foundations Grants Management and Outreach Coordinator at The Columbus Foundation. Ms. Brandt is active in the community, including serving on the YWCA Columbus Marketing and Communications Committee and as Financial Secretary and member of the bell choir at Trinity Lutheran Evangelical Church. 

Ms. Brandt earned a Master of International Affairs degree from Texas A&M University and a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and German from The Ohio State University.

“Gretchen’s philanthropic experience will greatly benefit the Foundations and assist in advancing our mission to improve the health and quality of life in the community through education, research and service consistent with our osteopathic heritage,” said Terri Donlin Huesman, the Foundations’ president and CEO.