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Dome December 2014

Diverse and Inclusive

Date: December 5, 2014


Two Johns Hopkins Medicine affiliates were recently recognized for their efforts to promote diversity. For the fourth straight year, the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center Diversity Council was named one of the top 25 diversity councils by the Association of Employee Resource Groups and Diversity Councils. The group improved its standing to eighth in the country. Among the council’s accomplishments were a community diversity session to address health needs of the local Bhutanese/Nepali community and a civility and respect awareness campaign. The same organization also recognized Johns Hopkins HealthCare’s Diversity & Inclusion Council as being in the nation’s top 25, ranking 19th. The designation acknowledged the entity’s diversity and inclusion efforts in its workplace and marketplace, such as educational programs and the expansion of community volunteer programs to include agencies that support people with disabilities. 

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