Meet the Organizations Driving
Diversity, Equity, AND Inclusion
in Medical Alley
Medical alley is committed
to diversity, equity, and inclusion
Medical Alley companies are committed to building organizations that seek out and embrace diversity, actively pursue equity, and foster an environment of collaboration and inclusion. We invite you to click the organizational logos below to learn more about what Medical Alley members are doing to build, grow, and support DE&I efforts from the inside out.
Medical Alley Members are Making News
Telling the Stories of
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
in Medical Alley
A Conversation with John Naylor, CEO, Medica
Join us for a conversation with Bobby Patrick and John Naylor, the CEO of Medica. John shares insights into the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion efforts Medica is making, both internally as a company and externally in the community.
Helping Close the Health Inequity Gap Through More Inclusive Clinical Trials
Hear from Medical Alley organizations on how they are increasing and improving outreach to generate more participation from underrepresented populations, what strategies they are using to partner with other organizations to build more representative clinical trials, and how they are working to advance inclusive research overall.
Making a Commitment and Following Through on Building a Diverse, Equitable, and Inclusive Company
We know what the data shows - organizations that are more diverse and have inclusive cultures outperform those that do not. But how can you make meaningful changes to become one of these organizations? Despite best intentions, ingrained practices can have the effect of reinforcing discrimination, denying people their agency and harming competitiveness.
Looking for guidance? This What Now What Next session highlights those who are doing, including their failures, backpedaling, and struggles.
For the Record with Joseph Oppong, Partner, EY
Joseph is an inclusive leader who serves on the firm’s global social equity taskforce and as the partner sponsor for the Minneapolis Ethnicity Professional Network. He has served as a member of the EY Americas Consulting People Advisory Committee and the Advisory Advancing Black and Latino Executives. Joseph holds a BA in economics from Grinnell College and a MS in accounting from the University of Virginia. He is a Minnesota licensed CPA and a Certified Medical Practice Executive with the American College of Medical Practice Executives.
Award-Winning Medical Alley Companies
Forbes' Best Employers for Women 2020 List
Forbes' Best Employers for Diversity 2020 List
2020 Diversity Best Practices Inclusion Index
HRC's Best Places to Work for LGBTQ Equality 2021
2020 Catalyst Award: Workplaces that Work for Women
2020 Working Mother 100 Best Companies
DiversityInc's Top Hospital
DiversityInc's 2020 List of Top Companies for Diversity
Medical Alley is committed to change
Promoting diversity, equity and inclusion is vital to the continued growth of Medical Alley. The benefits of such work is undeniable. Businesses that make diversity a priority produce a variety of ideas, perspectives and learning opportunities. If ecosystems do the same, they are able to tackle a wide range of challenging tasks.
The Medical Alley Association is proud to align itself with the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion, and we are committed to sharing the work of others committed to the same important principles.
We are currently accepting press releases, written announcements, articles, blogs, news stories, and links to landing pages on your organization's website to add to this page. Please click the button below to share your DE&I work with the Medical Alley Association team!