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EDCN Contributor Spotlight: Jhaymee Tynan

Corporate strategist, philanthropist, kindness crusader, and champion for women of color in the workplace. This EDCN contributor was Modern Healthcare’s Top 25 Emerging Leader in 2019 and an ACHE Thomas C. Dolan Scholar in 2018 ….. Read More



Welcome to EDCN 1.0: A New Career Resource for Diverse Healthcare Professionals!

Take a look around the Navigator. A good place to begin is the Navigating EDCN/FAQs page. As you explore, you’re sure to find navigating tips, inspiring insights from experienced travelers, and custom-designed tools to help you reach your career destination.

Our Goal: EDCN > Diverse Leaders > Improved Equity of Care

See it. Hear it. Be it.
Mentoring Minute with EDCN Leaders
Along with work experience, nothing is more important than excellent mentoring. Excellence means someone who can provide you with coaching, honest feedback, and professional development and career advice; someone with whom you have a genuine trusting relationship, who empathizes with you. Ideally, we bring our whole selves to work, to our careers – so it’s best to have a mentor who “gets you.”

Dan Gentry, PhD, MHA

LGBTQ Forum Chair, 2019-2020
“Jump on opportunities when people make them available to you. Sometime others can see your capabilities before you realize you have them.”

Denise K. Lew, FACHE

Denise K. Lew, FACHE

AHLF Chair, 2019-2020
“Diversity generates innovation, it produces inclusion, and it fosters a culture of authenticity. It compels us to remain genuine, challenges us to get comfortable with being uncomfortable, promotes varying perspectives and ideas and allows everyone to have a voice. I encourage you to celebrate your differences and to inspire others to do the same.”

Rolando Gomez, MBA

NALHE President & Board Chair, 2019-2020
“Your individuality empowers you, set a tone that confirms your purpose is the difference that makes a difference.”

Fabian A. Stone, MBA, MHA

NAHSE National President, 2019-2020
EDCN is a collaborative project of six national healthcare organizations dedicated to advancing executive diversity.
American College of Healthcare Executives
Asian Healthcare Leaders Forum
LGBT Forum