Renee Rizzo, CEO of Hope Clinic for Women in Nashville, who discusses the organization’s services around Pregnancy, Prevention, Counseling, and Mobile Services, along with how they’ve responded to COVID-19 with virtual offerings. Rizzo also highlights the power of volunteering as a pregnancy mentor and how financial and in-kind donations are valuable ways to help their efforts, as well.
Established in 1983, Hope Clinic for Women is a faith-based safe and confidential place equipping women, men and families dealing with: unplanned pregnancies, access to women’s healthcare, prevention education, pregnancy loss (miscarriage, stillbirth, infant death, failed IVF/Adoption and abortion) and postpartum depression. We provide medical care, professional counseling, education classes, case management, mentor-ship and practical support regardless of age, race, religion or ability to pay.
Renée has served as the CEO at Hope Clinic for Women for over 16 years. During her tenure, she has grown client numbers by 300% and increased the clinic’s revenue from $500k to $1.2 million. Her deep connection to the mission and love for the women, men and families the clinic serves have established her as a visionary and advocate for Hope Clinic. Renée has a diverse background in healthcare, financial management, church ministry and nonprofit/social services working with clients and customers of all backgrounds.
- Hope Clinic’s services (Pregnancy, Prevention, Counseling, and Mobile Services) and how we’ve responded to a virtual world.
- Volunteering as a pregnancy mentor, office admin, and supply coordinator.
- Financially supporting Hope Clinic.
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