American Red Cross Humanitarians of the Year

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HUMANITARIANS OF THE YEAR HONORING DR. AMY ACTON AND CENTRAL OHIO’S HEALTHCARE COMMUNITY Memorial Health | Mount Carmel Health System | Nationwide Children’s Hospital OhioHealth | The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

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WELCOME Welcome to the Greater Columbus Chapter’s 25th Anniversary of the Humanitarian of the Year award, celebrating Dr. Amy Acton and Central Ohio’s Healthcare Community. For 25 years, we have honored humanitarian action throughout our community, but this year is unprecedented. In 2020, millions of people were impacted by a chain of relentless wildfires, raging hurricanes and a massive derecho. Homes burned and flooded. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, some people lost it all. But the Red Cross helped on a massive scale—averaging a new disaster response nearly every day. The Red Cross is never alone in the humanitarian effort to alleviate human suffering in the face of emergencies. The Central Ohio Healthcare community collaborated and partnered to develop more effective treatment strategies, prevention techniques and resources, sharing triumphs and knowledge—for the benefit of all. As we commemorate the one-year milestone of the pandemic, we also mark a year of tremendous generosity across the country, where tens of thousands of individuals who recovered from COVID-19 have rolled up their sleeves to give convalescent plasma. Over the past year, the Red Cross has distributed more than 150,000 plasma products from individuals across the nation who have recovered from COVID-19 to help with treatment for patients battling the virus. Your Greater Columbus Chapter of the American Red Cross is made up of more than 1,000 volunteers who provide disaster relief, training in life-saving skills, blood services, services to the Armed Forces, and other critical community services throughout Ohio every day. Along with our generous donors, volunteers are the lifeblood of who we are. As a global leader in delivering humanitarian aid and helping people in some of the world’s most at-risk communities, the American Red Cross has worked to meet immediate needs and engage in long-term prevention, recovery and reconstructive efforts. Together, we provide help and hope when it is needed most. We are inspired by the dedication of healthcare workers. We are honored to present this year’s Humanitarian Award to Dr. Amy Acton and the Central Ohio Healthcare Community for their exceptional humanitarianism. Additionally, we sincerely thank our volunteers and generous donors—including the sponsors of today’s program—for helping ensure that the Red Cross will always be the best part of someone’s worst day.

Cory Paul Executive Director of Greater Columbus Chapter American Red Cross, Central and Southern Ohio Region

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American Red Cross and Nationwide present

HUMANITARIANS OF THE YEAR Dr. Amy Acton and Central Ohio’s Healthcare Community: Memorial Health, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Mount Carmel Health System, OhioHealth and The Ohio State University’s Wexner Medical Center Emcees: Stacia Naquin ABC6/Fox28, Kerry Charles NBC4, Yolanda Harris WBNS 10TV

PRO GRA M When the World Stays Home, Essential Workers Step Up

W E LCO M E Kirt Walker, Chief Executive Officer, Nationwide Stephanie Byrd, Chief Executive Officer, Central & Southern Ohio Region, American Red Cross

P U T T IN G PAT I E NT S F I RST Physicians and nurses from the five honored healthcare organizations facing COVID-19

I NNOVAT I O N Finding Ways to Meet Our Needs

T H E P OW E R O F PA RT NE RSHI PS Cory Paul, American Red Cross Greater Columbus Chapter Executive Director

H U M A N ITA RI A NS O F T HE Y E A R Central Ohio’s Healthcare Community Memorial Health Mount Carmel Health System Nationwide Children’s Hospital OhioHealth OSU Wexner Medical Center

H U M A N ITA RI A N O F T HE Y E A R Dr. Amy Acton, former Health Director, State of Ohio Leadership in a Public Health Crisis

AWA R D PRESE NTAT I O N Scott Owens, Board Chair, Greater Columbus Chapter, American Red Cross Cory Paul, Executive Director, Greater Columbus Chapter, American Red Cross

C LOS I NG RE M A RK S Stacia Naquin ABC6/Fox28, Kerry Charles NBC4, Yolanda Harris WBNS 10TV

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MANY THANKS! TO THE HOSPITAL TEAMS WHO CONTRIBUTED TO THIS PROGRAM Memorial Health Melanie Ziegler, Vice President of Community Engagement

OhioHealth Debra J. Donahey, Director, Community Relations

Crystal Cleland, Registered Respiratory Therapist

Dr. Joseph Gastaldo, OhioHealth System Medical Director, Infectious Diseases

Jolene Headings, Emergency Department Registered Nurse

Jo Henman, Director of Infection Prevention, OhioHealth System

Award Acceptance: • Sun Powers, Environmental Services

Lisa Bordner, Infection Prevention Practitioner

• Rebecca Hinegardner, Respiratory Therapist • Shahrukh Hashmi, MD • Jewel Daulton, Registered Nurse • Kaleb Howard, Medical Laboratory Assistant • Crystal Cleland, Registered Respiratory Therapist • Jolene Headings, Registered Nurse Mount Carmel Health System Alyssa Showman Magee, Coordinator, Marketing & Community Relations Dr. Mark Herbert, Infectious Disease Specialist Mary Jo Dickinson, Director of Operations, Community Health & Well-Being Stacey Conrad, Healthy Living Center Manager Award Acceptance: • Mount Carmel Screening Stations Team Nationwide Children’s Hospital Scott Milburn, Senior Director, Corporate Communication Alisa Kovac-Ahmed, Community Relations Specialist Beth Rodriguez, Registered Nurse

Trever Thompson, Senior Infection Prevention Consultant Award Acceptance: • Heather Brandon, Vice President Finance The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Ann Stephens, Director of Marketing and Communications Eugene Oltz, PhD, Chair, School Biomedical Sciences Microbial Infection and Immunity Jacob Hadden, Patient Transporter Corneil Harton, Assistant Director Nutrition Services Award Acceptance: • Daniel Bachmann, MD, Director of Emergency Preparedness • Erin Farrell, RN, MS, Director of Nursing, Emergency Services Dr. Amy Acton Tribute Joe Mazzola, Franklin County Health Commissioner and President, Association of Ohio Health Commissioners Joanne Pearsol, Director, Former Deputy Director, Ohio Department of Health

Kelly Kranz, Director Clinical Communications Dr. Mike Patrick, Urgent Care & Emergency Medicine Award Acceptance: • Beth Rodriguez, Registered Nurse

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SPONSORS Presenting Sponsor

Essential Workers Sponsor

Volunteer Hero Sponsor

Patient Advocacy Sponsor

Mask Up Ohio Sponsor

Action Amy Sponsor

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS G. Scott Owens, Board Chair Voting Directors Heather Brandon Kathy Flynn Craig Freshour Scott Glaser Joyce Guenther Henry Guzman Dr. J.S. Jindal Ben Kitto George Knight Pei-chen Jane Lee Gary Mangelson Deborah Manos-McHenry Brian Mooney Roy Serruto, Jr. Chuck Shafer Julie Sherwood Tim Spencer Mike Stevenson

Advisory Directors Carol Allerding Arthur Bing, M..D Betsy Blake Tom Bonasera Corey Dayhuff Theresa Flora Douglas Langenfeld Rick Schumacher Kevin Shook Ralph Smithers, Jr. Sheri Tackett Emeritus Directors Connie Argus Nick Bandy Sally Bloomfield Alan Demers Patricia Dove

Thomas Feeney Floyd Jones Mary Navarro Jamie Richardson Michael Schoedinger Howard Seckler Pat Sheridan Paul Thompson Manuel Tzagournis, M.D. National ARC Board of Governors Kirt Walker (former Board Chair)

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Dimon McFerson John G. & Jeanne McCoy Frank Wobst John H. McConnell Reverend Leon Troy Loann W. Crane Alex Shumate Teckie Shackelford Robert Weiler, Sr. Nancy Jeffrey Ann & Ron Pizzuti Carl F. Kohrt, Ph.D.

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The Ingram Family Jay and Jeanie Schottenstein Michael G. Morris Larry and Donna James Ohio National Guard The Crane Family Thomas Feeney Nationwide The Grote Family Dr. Arthur G. H. Bing The Honorable Yvette McGee Brown Jack & Suzi Hanna

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Congrats to Dr. Amy Acton & Central Ohio’s Healthcare Heroes Our community is a better place to live and work because of you.

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Thank you, Dr. Amy Acton and Central Ohio’s Healthcare Community, for everything you’ve done to keep our children and families safe and healthy during these challenging times.

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Great leaders think outside the hexagon. When you spend your days making a difference, people notice. Huntington congratulates Dr. Amy Acton and Central Ohio’s healthcare community for receiving the Humanitarians of the Year award. Thank you for inspiring us to look out for each other, our customers, and our communities, every day.

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TOGETHER We honor the compassion and courage to heal our communities. Together with our essential workers and you, we power on.

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Hexion is proud to again support the American Red Cross and thanks Dr. Amy Acton and the brave men and women on the front lines of health care who work tirelessly to keep our community safe.

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With all of you, we can. Congratulations to Dr. Amy Acton and the Central Ohio healthcare community for their recognition at the 25th American Red Cross Humanitarian of the Year Celebration. For your tireless efforts, and continued strength and perseverance, we say “thank you”. A Member of Trinity Health

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Giving you another reason to believe. When it comes to your health and the health of your loved ones, the trust you have in your physicians and caregivers makes all the difference. That’s why at OhioHealth, we’re proud of our 30,000 physicians, associates and volunteers who are dedicated to sharing their medical expertise and compassion for the health of our patients and our community. On behalf of all frontline healthcare workers, OhioHealth is honored to be recognized for the American Red Cross’s Humanitarians of the Year Awards and congratulates all honorees.

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The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center is proud to be a

2021 American Red Cross Humanitarian of the Year honoree. We’re proud of our team, our work, our community and our fellow honorees. Congratulations to all this year’s honorees: Amy Acton, MD, MPH Memorial Health Mount Carmel Health System Nationwide Children’s Hospital OhioHealth

Congratulations to all these healthcare heroes. We’re proud of the company we keep!

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Thank you Dr. Amy Acton and Central Ohio’s Healthcare Community for Making our Community a Better Place to Live and Work.

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Congratulations to the Humanitarians of the Year, Dr. Amy Acton and Central Ohio’s Healthcare Community “Thank you for making a difference” Larry James, Managing Partner

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Caring Hearts. Steadfast Hands. Incredible Courage. THANK YOU, TO ALL HEALTHCARE HEROES!




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