Diversity & Inclusion Perspectives

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Diversity has many dimensions. The power of inclusion lies in embracing them all.

Trennis Jones

imageSenior Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer and Corporate Responsibility Officer

"It is up to us all to embrace the need for diversity, inclusion and cultural competence and to realize what it can do for us as an organization, and ultimately, for the community that we serve."

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Sister Nannette Gentile

imageSenior Vice President, Mission Affairs

"Our Ministries in healthcare advocate for the uninsured and underinsured. Our special charism (gift) in the Church is that we are called by God to live in common in order to serve persons who are poor. ALL persons should find a listening heart and ear in the Daughters of Charity."

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Geronimo Rodriguez

imageVice President, Diversity and Community Outreach

"In finding a place that I could not have imagined in my youth, I have gained hope that each of us in our respective lives and roles will examine what it means to do justice and love mercy with humility.  Inclusion and receptivity to other cultures will help us on our journey to ensure every patient is given the best health care in the world."

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Mel Greene

imageDirector of Diversity

"Diversity and inclusion are critical components in the Seton Family of Hospitals’ success. Diversity is what each of us brings to the workplace and is our unique footprint.  Inclusion brings acceptance of the similarities and differences."

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