Everyday I am Black History

I continue to uplift those around me through education and service. I am a testament to their sacrifices, and I am thankful for the opportunities they have provided me. Emebet Aklilu, Project/Program Coordinator Nursing Administration
I make sure that I take every opportunity that I can to be the best that I can and to give back through board service, through community service and of course through being the absolute best parent that I can be. Herschel L. Lelaind
Manager, Service Excellence
My ancestors would be proud of me because I am seizing the opportunity to pursue a PhD. I am also making a difference in the lives of others.  I use my knowledge and experience to lift and empower others. Daphne Scott-Henderson, MS, BSN, RN-BC, CPHQ
Nursing Quality Coordinator

Black Pioneers in Healthcare

Mary E. Mahoney Early Black professional nurse
Daniel Hale Williams Early heart surgeon
Regina Benjamin, MD 18th Surgeon General of the U.S.
Louis Wade Sullivan, MD Former U.S, Secretary of HHS
Kizzmekia Corbett, Ph.D. Immunologist, COVID-19 vaccine
Dale Okorodudu, MD Physician & Social Entrepreneur

February Fireside Chats

Yaisa Andrews-Zwilling, PhD,
Annexon Bioscience
Dr. Andrews-Zwilling is currently Senior Director of Research at Annexon Biosciences, where their mission is to develop disease-modifying therapeutics for patients suffering from neurological disorders such as Huntington's disease and Alzheimer's disease.

Date: February 16, 2021 12pm PST
Ade Adesanya
Moving Analytics, CEO

Ade Adesanya, is the Co-founder & President of Moving Analytics Inc, a telehealth company that is increasing access to cardiac rehab and helping patients recover faster at home through an innovative app-based virtual cardiac rehab program, Movn. Moving Analytics' programs are developed in partnership with Stanford University, and are based on more than 30 years of published research. Ade is also a lecturer of entrepreneurship at the University of Southern California. He was recognized as a top 30 under 30 in healthcare by Forbes magazine.

Date: February 23, 2021 at 12pm PST
Barb Hardy, Chief Inclusion, Diversity & Health Equity Officer
Stanford Health Care
Barbara Williams Hardy is an award-winning thought leader passionate about increasing organizational and individual excellence. Barb's mission is to unlock the untapped brilliance in all of us.

Date: February 25, 2021 at 12pm PST




SHC Supply Chain:

“The Spirit of the Million Man March,” which brings the 1995 gathering of Black men to life through a touching, funny, and thought-provoking conversation between a millennial woman and her father who attended the march.

“Ella Baker and the Black Freedom Movement,” a book review that explores the life and legacy of Baker, a civil and human rights activist who has been called the one of the “most influential women in the civil rights movement” and held high-ranking positions within the NAACP and Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee.

“Ida B. Wells: No More Lynching,” the story of the fearless anti-lynching crusader who used investigative journalism to reveal the horrific murders of Black people to the nation in the early 1900s.​