Employees working together to advance diversity and inclusion
Children's Health℠ has fostered several collaborative workgroups, all committed to advancing diversity and creating an inclusive workplace. These groups include Children's Health employees who volunteer their time. Each employee workgroup is sponsored by an Executive or Senior Vice President on the Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Council (DIAC) and include committees or task forces focused on specific issue.
Any Children’s Health team member can join one of our employee workgroups. These change-making teams were created to not only give employees a voice, but also the proper channels to go about advancing D&I and creating an inclusive workplace.
Health Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Commission (HEDIC)
The Health Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Commission (HEDIC) is an employee workgroup seeking to promote an environment in which our patients and their families, providers and team members can heal, thrive, and achieve their greatest potential.
LGBTQ+ Employee Workgroup (PRIDE)
Our LGBTQ+ employee workgroup (PRIDE) has helped to foster an inclusive, safe and welcoming environment for those who identify as LGBTQ. PRIDE seeks ways to advocate for our LGBTQ patients, team members, community and allies.
Women Empowering Women Employee Workgroup
Our Women Empowering Women employee workgroup is focusing on creating a positive, engaging and supportive network for diverse females aspiring to leadership roles. The group is committed to diversity and inclusion, seeking to promote advancement and proportionate representation of woman at all levels in the organization, as well as work-life balance.
Veterans Empowerment Team Employee Workgroup
Children’s Health is committed to hiring military veterans and helping them make a successful transition to a fulfilling career impacting children’s lives in North Texas. Our Veterans Empowerment Team employee workgroup supports those in uniform and those who have served through recruitment outreach, and by building relationships with military and veteran service organizations.