Diversity Leadership: James E. Page, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

James E. Page

Assistant Vice President, Diversity, Inclusion & Cultural Competence

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

“Actively engaging the diversity of our patients, families and employees enables us to navigate the most complex cultural and medical situations,” James Page told DiversityInc. “Linking cultural competency, diversity and patient experience has propelled Cincinnati Children’s to be one of the leading pediatric medical centers in the world.”

In his role as chief diversity officer, Page oversees initiatives in culturally competent healthcare, including the Linguistic Services department. Prior to joining Cincinnati Children’s, he was the National Director, Diversity and Talent Management at DaVita dialysis centers. There, he oversaw diversity initiatives for more than 35,000 employees. He also served as Vice President, Diversity, Inclusion and Linguistics at Lancaster General Health, which serves diverse Latino and Amish communities in Lancaster, Pa.

Page began his career as a systems engineer at Dell. After nine years in that role, he became Manager of Diversity, Ethics and Compliance. He is a former member of the Corporate Advisory Council of the Congressional Black Congress Foundation and helped create the nation’s first virtual library to document the contributions of Blacks in Congress.

He has a bachelor’s degree in computer technology from Purdue University and an M.B.A. from the University of Texas.

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