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Dana Beckton
Chief Diversity Officer at Sentara Healthcare

In 2019, Dana Beckton joined Sentara Healthcare in Norfolk, Virginia, as their first Chief Diversity Officer. Dana drives the alignment between the Diversity, Inclusion & Cultural Competency roadmap and Sentara’s business strategy. Dana has participated in the National Association of Health Service Executives and served as a guest speaker on various diversity and inclusion topics for companies and non-profit organizations. Dana currently serves on the boards of the Virginia Community College System and the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities. As a result of her strides to cultivate an inclusive work environment, Dana was recently recognized by the National Diversity Council as a Top 100 Healthcare Diversity Officers. Dana has her undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Temple University and her graduate degree in Organizational Development and Leadership from St. Joseph’s University. Dana uses both her education and experience to make an impact on each organization she is a part of.


  • Dana’s journey into DEI work in the Healthcare industry
  • The healthcare disparities that exist for marginalized groups
  • Dana’s approach to implementing DEI throughout the organization
  • The limiting practice that Dana calls the “prove it again syndrome”