Jefferson Health’s Chief Diversity Officer Receives Corporate Diversity Award from Gloucester County NAACP
On October 21, Joseph B. Hill, Chief Diversity Officer of Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health, received the Corporate Diversity Award from the Gloucester County NAACP, for his commitment to integrating diversity, equality and inclusion initiatives to ensure excellence in education, research and patient care.
Hill was one of 15 recipients of a “Game Changers” award at the annual Black & White Gala held at Aueltto’s Caterers in Deptford, New Jersey.
A native of Buffalo, NY, Hill is a frequent speaker at national forums, where he shares his insights and experience on the importance of diversity and strategic partnerships for both the for-profit and nonprofit sectors.
Prior to joining Jefferson Health in 2015, Hill had developed a diversity and inclusion program at Froedtert Health, the clinical arm of the Medical College of Wisconsin, which became an integral part of the organization’s values, strategy and operational initiatives.
We are proud of Joseph’s achievements and congratulate him on receiving this prestigious award from the Gloucester County NAACP.
Shown at the Awards Gala are (from left to right): Phyllis A. O'Neal, Assistant to the VP of Development of the Kennedy Health Care Foundation at Jefferson Health – New Jersey; Lakisha Reddick, Jefferson Health – New Jersey Human Resources Partner; Sumara Rembert, Jefferson Health New Jersey Charity Care Coordinator; Joseph B. Hill; Saleah Hinton, Privacy Compliance Manager for Jefferson’s Abington and Northeast hospitals; and Belinda Williams, Benefits Analyst at Jefferson Health - New Jersey.