After eight years at the N.C. Justice Center, heath care policy analyst Adam Linker will be taking a new job next Monday with the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust.
Linker, 39, will be one of three program officers in the trust’s health care division, where he will help oversee more than $17 million in annual health care grants. He will work with a variety of state nonprofit organizations that apply for funding, and shepherd their applications through the grant making process.
The Reynolds Charitable Trust, based in Winston-Salem, supports a range of health care activities and programs, including mental health, Affordable Care Act outreach and also the Raleigh-based N.C. Justice Center, where the trust had been funding some of Linker’s work.
At the Justice Center, Linker worked in building coalitions, organizing and lobbying.