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Kevin Frick PhD

Expert Advisor

DEI-Centered Leadership​ & Mentoring, LGBTQ+​, Business Case

About Dr. Frick

Dr. Kevin Frick (pronouns he/they) has been faculty at Johns Hopkins University since 1996 holding positions in both the Bloomberg School of Public Health and the Carey Business School.  He has held roles including associate chair of the Department of Health Policy and Management, president of the faculty senate at the Blomberg School of Public Health, and vice dean for education at the Carey Business School.  His research focuses on measuring the economic impact of disease and the prevention and treatment of disease.  He serves on a number of diversity related committee including the university’s Diversity Leadership Council and the Trans Awareness Task Force. He has given over a dozen talks on mentoring, particularly focusing on how mentoring can be viewed as a two-way street between the mentor and the mentee.  He has been actively involved with the health equity interest group among Johns Hopkins alumni as an interested faculty member for over a year.  In 2024, he will be leading a virtual session on a business case about creating space for diverse individuals for the 12th Annual Women’s Leadership conference, and he will be speaking at a diversity and inclusion conference about leading with care while making space for all.  He was a participant in the creation of a series of videos called LGBTQ+ Narratives in Academia at Johns Hopkins and collaborated with a media team to create a video called the Business of Pronouns.  His personal mission statement is, “empower authentic pursuit of purposefully defined success.” 

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