Bias and Harassment Resources
May 17, 2023 by Lin Chun-Seeley, MA
Children’s National Hospital affirms its commitment to promote and maintain a work environment free of harassment, discrimination and bias based on race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, disability, marital status, ancestry, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, family responsibility, matriculation, political affiliation, genetic information, veteran status or any other legally protected status. We also make every attempt to prohibit discrimination, harassment or bias on any other basic human differences such as weight, or other such personal characteristics.
Children’s National Hospital updated it’s Bias Incidents, Harassment & Discrimination policy a little over a year ago. The Child Health Advocacy Institute (CHAI) compiled a committee together to spread the work about the new policy and process for Bias and Harassment through the SharePoint of Children’s National.
The Process of Bias Reporting at Children’s National
For staff, SharePoint can be found through this link: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (sharepoint.com)
The SharePoint is housed within the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion page and outlines these aspects of the new protocols:
- The full policy statement
- Bias and harassment Reporting Form
- The process of bias reporting at Children’s National
- Additional resources and trainings
Below are our members of the CHAI Bias and Harassment Committee:
- Lin Chun-Seeley, MA, Committee Chair & Program Lead
- Julia DeAngelo, MPH, Program Manager, School Strategies
- Lanre Falusi, MD, Med, FAAP, Medical Director, Advocacy Education
- Olivia Soutullo, PhD, Psychologist
- Tesa White, Program Manager, Community Benefit
Feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions or feedback.
About the author
Lin Chun-Seeley, MA
Program Lead for Advocacy Education and Community Affairs within the Child Health Advocacy Institute at Children's National Hospital