Two faculty members at Cincinnati Children’s have been honored by the National Diversity Council for their outstanding work to advance diversity and inclusion in the workplace and community.

Uma Kotagal, MBBS, MSc , Senior Vice President, Quality, Safety and Transformation and Executive Director of the  James M. Anderson Center for Health Systems Excellence, was named one of Ohio’s Most Powerful and Influential Women.

 Victor Garcia, MD., a pediatric surgeon and Founding Director of Trauma Services at Cincinnati Children’s, received a Multicultural Leadership Award.

Honorees were recognized Oct. 24 at a ceremony in Columbus, OH. Read more about the National Diversity Council’s Leadership Conference.

Article written by Tim Bonfield, Cincinnati Children’s, Contact: .