Community Health Network's Diversity and Inclusion Specialist Named United Way Hero
Honor follows appointment by Governor to Civil Rights Commission
Indianapolis—Community Health Network Diversity and Inclusion Specialist Adrianne Slash has been named one of the United Way’s 100 heroes.
Slash joined Community in April, 2017. She is a very active member of Indianapolis’ civil rights and social justice community, serving as president of The Exchange at the Indianapolis Urban League, board member of the Jewish Community Center, founding member of the Black/Jewish partnership of Indianapolis, and member of the newly-formed Marion County Judicial Selection Committee.
Most recently, Governor Eric Holcomb appointed Slash to the Civil Rights commission for the state of Indiana.
Slash is a member of IBJ’s 2017 Forty Under 40 class and one of the National Urban League Young Professional’s Heroes in The Movement for 2017.
Slash is one of 100 ‘heroes’ who will be honored as part of United Way’s 100th Anniversary Celebration at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Friday, April 20.
About Community Health Network
Headquartered in Indianapolis, Community Health Network has been deeply committed to the communities it serves since opening its first hospital in 1956. Now with more than 13,000 caregivers and 200 sites of care, Community Health Network puts patients first while offering a full continuum of healthcare services, world-class innovations and a new focus on population health management. Exceptional care, simply delivered, is what sets Community Health Network apart and what makes it a leading not-for-profit healthcare destination in central Indiana. For more information about Community Health Network, please visit eCommunity.com.