2017/08/25 – Capers and Davis named Outstanding Diversity Champions by Columbus Business First - Human Resources at Ohio State

Capers and Davis named Outstanding Diversity Champions by Columbus Business First

In recognition of their remarkable diversity and inclusion work, Columbus Business First has honored Quinn Capers IV, MD, and Tamara Davis, PhD, MSSW, with 2017 Diversity in Business Awards.

The Diversity in Business Awards recognize excellence in diversity throughout central Ohio and Dr. Capers and Dr. Davis were both named Columbus Business First Outstanding Diversity Champions.

Dr. Capers is the associate dean for admissions at the College of Medicine and interventional cardiologist and associate professor of cardiovascular medicine at the Ohio State Wexner Medical Center. Dr. Davis is the associate dean for academic affairs and associate professor at the College of Social Work.

Dr. Capers and Dr. Davis shared their insight on diversity and inclusion in the workforce, which has been featured by Columbus Business First.

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