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& Inclusion

As Children’s employees, we share a common purpose. ​​​​​​​Yet we celebrate our differences. Because we know that what makes us unique, makes us great.


Our Workplace Welcomes All

Our Statement on Diversity
Children’s welcomes and appreciates everyone, regardless of gender or gender identity, age, race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, political affiliation, religion, health status or family composition. Our goal is to be a place where people feel valued for their professional and personal contributions, and to be a model for standing against discrimination, and standing for diversity and inclusion.

We demonstrate our commitment to diversity in our employment policies and practices, training programs, benefits, recruitment and in how we communicate—because we firmly believe everyone deserves the right to be seen, heard and respected in an organization free of discrimination.

We will deliver the same high level of service and respect to each of our patients and their families throughout our communities. We will enhance the lives of the children we serve by ensuring that every child and every family feels welcomed, valued and understood in our trusted and caring environment.

Hear From Our Diversity & Inclusion Council Members

marc welsh chief diversity officer
"At Children’s, our mission of making kids better today and healthier tomorrow motivates us day and night. One of the most important keys to fulfilling our mission is fostering an environment of mutual respect that embraces differences and promotes equity. Therefore, our diversity and inclusion efforts are focused on programs and practices that create a welcoming, inclusive culture for our people, patients and the community."
Marc Welsh, Chief Diversity Officer
Dr. Shashidharan, MD
“I know we are making progress, but I just want to make sure we’re doing the best we can as an organization, across all aspects of diversity. I have a young daughter who is interracial, and it’s important to me that we create a very inclusive environment for everyone."
Dr.  Shashidharan, Pediatric Cardiothoracic Surgeon
christina pinkney nurse
"Being a part of the Council, together, we can ensure that we collectively and professionally push for change, diversity and inclusion as we create a productive culture of diversity and inclusion. I truly believe Children’s is moving in a positive direction and I look forward to continuing the great work that is in motion."
Christina, Nurse
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A Day in the Life
​​​​​​​at Children’s
Tag along with our team members during a typical day at Children’s to get an inside look into who we are, how we work and what makes Children’s a place our employees are proud
​​​​​​​to call home.