Kyumon Murrell serves as the Program Coordinator for the Racial Equity Grantmaking Program (REGP) at ABFE: A Philanthropic Partnership for Black Communities. As Coordinator, he is responsible for: providing administrative and logistical support, communicating with potential clients, analyzing data to highlight the impact of the PAS client workshops, and creating content related to PAS presentations.
Prior to joining ABFE, Kyumon worked at the New York State Health Foundation as part of the Building Healthy Communities programmatic area. At NYSHealth, he used mapping software to conduct an impact analysis on NYSHealth’s grants and subsequent outcomes. He has also worked at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement to support IHI’s Open School Initiative, as well as helped coordinate the Boston Public Health Commission’s Youth Advisory Board and related public health youth projects.
Kyumon Murrell was born and raised in New York. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences from Northeastern University. He prides himself in taking an interdisciplinary approach to health and seeks to be a thought leader in alleviating the effects of health inequities. In his free time, he enjoys traveling, cooking, and reading.