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A word from our leaders.

Jonathan M. Ellen, M.D.

President and Physician-in-Chief
Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital

“Culture is so important because it helps sustain a great place to work. Our culture is one of respect, of communication, of trust, and of embracing change. Our culture helps to heal and it helps to care. It takes collaboration of all our minds to make this happen.”

 

Joseph Conrod Sr., SPHR, MA

Director, Diversity and Employee Relations
Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital

"As a business, our main investment is our staff, and diversity and inclusion are an integral part of our Culture.  We believe that people with different backgrounds and experiences bring a broad base of ideas, concepts and perspectives and if leveraged, it enhances our ability to achieve a better product, outcome or business results.  We truly value differences and believe that diverse perspectives are our strength.”

 

James E. Page Jr., M.B.A.

Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer
Johns Hopkins Medicine

"As the vice president of diversity and inclusion and chief diversity officer for Johns Hopkins Medicine, I am proud to present the inaugural issue of the Johns Hopkins Medicine Diversity Annual Report, which will highlight many of Johns Hopkins Medicine’s noteworthy accomplishments from 2015. Without question, 2015 has been eventful for Johns Hopkins Medicine and our surrounding community, and the events of the year make this report timelier than ever."