The 2019 Diversity Recognition Awards celebrated achievements relating to diversity and inclusion across Johns Hopkins. Our slate of winners featured members of our community who are truly making a difference: from a Development and Alumni Relations employee teaching local kids about de-escalation techniques to an Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) employee working to make the campus more inclusive for people with disabilities.

Individual Awardees

Sharon Bord, School of Medicine
Jerrell Bratcher, Development and Alumni Relations
Melissa Chang, Krieger School of Arts and Sciences
Rachel Cohen, Applied Physics Laboratory
Sherita Hill Golden, School of Medicine
Sandra Lin, School of Medicine
Supriya Munshaw, Carey Business School
Ronald Ostrenga, Applied Physics Laboratory
Liz Skerritt, Applied Physics Laboratory
Alexandra Sneider, Whiting School of Engineering
Maurisha White, Johns Hopkins Health System

Group Awardees 

APL Technology Leaders and Scholars Internship Program (ATLAS), Applied Physics Laboratory
Epidemiology Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Science Workgroup (Epi-IDEAS), Bloomberg School of Public Health
Identity and Inclusion Co-Facilitators, Homewood Student Affairs
Oasis in the Food Desert, Johns Hopkins Community Physicians