Common Table Health Alliance Names Bobby Peters As New Board Chair
Bobby Peters, Chief Investment Officer of Trulytics Financial Corp., is the new Common Table Health Alliance Board Chair.
By: Common Table Health Alliance
According to Peters, he is looking forward to fulfilling the duties of the position, "I am pleased to have been selected as board chair and will do my best to help further the mission of the Common Table Health Alliance as we continue to respond to some of the most critical health issues facing Memphis and the Mid-South."
"I know Bobby will be an invaluable asset as we celebrate the Common Table's 20th Anniversary in 2020 and as we develop a strategic plan to increase the impact of crucial health initiatives that include our Memphis Breast Cancer Consortium, the Better Together Youth Health Alliance, and the B5210 workgroup," said Common Table Health Alliance CEO Kiki Hall.
Peters is no stranger to giving back to his community and also serves as vice chair of the Alpha Memphis Education Foundation Board of Directors, a member of the Memphis Theological Seminary Board of Financial Advisors and is the founding president for the Professional MBA Association at the University of Memphis. He also has an extensive background in finance with expertise in institutional investments, pensions and non-profits. Peters obtained his MBA from the University of Memphis and completed his Certified Investment Management Analyst certification with the University of Chicago.
For more information about Common Table Health Alliance and its board of directors, visit commontablehealth.org (about:blank).
About Common Table Health Alliance
Founded in 2000, Common Table Health Alliance is a nonprofit health and healthcare improvement collaborative in the Memphis and Mid-South region. It serves as a neutral convener of community organizations seeking to improve community health through local efforts to identify health disparities, improve healthcare quality, activate and engage healthcare consumers, increase health literacy and align resources to address the area's most critical health issues.