Kari Sederburg has been named senior program officer at Lansing-based Michigan Health Endowment Fund.
Sederburg has more than 10 years of experience in advocacy, communications, policy development and administration. In her new role, Sederburg will be responsible for working on the fund’s grant making initiatives with a primary focus on healthy aging. As senior program officer, she will be responsible for designing and implementing the fund’s strategic grant programs, overseeing grant activities and developing statewide partnerships with organizations aligned with the Fund’s mission.
Previously, Sederburg worked at the Michigan Department of Human Services where she served as executive director for the Aging and Adult Services Agency.
Sederburg, of Lansing, has been and is currently involved with multiple organizations and boards, serving on the Michigan Health Council; serving as a board member on The Kitten Nursery; and is an active member of the Dean’s Advisory Council in the College of Health Professions at Ferris State University.
She has a Bachelor of Science in business from Ferris State University and a Master’s of Public Administration from Ohio University.