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Highlights of Exemplary Leadership

Highlights of Exemplary Leadership

Rothman and his colleagues stand with a banner bug commemorating the 1 millionth vaccine.

Rothman has been praised by colleagues for his exemplary leadership throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.


Rothman stands among other white coats during the White Coats for black lives event.
In the spring and summer of 2020, Rothman and other Johns Hopkins leaders affirmed the institution’s commitment to equity and racial justice. Health care workers at all six Johns Hopkins hospitals gathered on June 5, 2020, as part of an event organized by White Coats for Black Lives.


Rothman shaking hands with an African American

Through annual Community Conversation gatherings and other outreach efforts within the East Baltimore community, Rothman underscored the institution’s commitment to being a good neighbor.


Rothman stands with his wife and a group of men, laughing and smiling.

In his interactions with fellow Johns Hopkins leaders (including, l to r, university president Ronald Daniels, former school of medicine Dean/CEO Edward Miller, and Ron Peterson, president emeritus of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Health System) or with trainees and faculty members


Rothman stands with medical students

Rothman developed a reputation for his commitment to excellence.
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