• Leader profile: Lynn Berry and the founding of Virtual PRIDE

    Lynn Berry helped found Virtual PRIDE at VA in 2021, an LGBTQ+ event aimed at promoting inclusion among VA employees and the Veterans we serve.

  • We’ve made a promise of equity to Veterans: help us to continue delivering on it

    As part of its mission to improve the equity for rural Veterans, VA’s Office of Rural Health has developed targeted initiatives to improve the recruitment and retention of rural health care providers and researchers.

  • Air Force Veteran among 10 new awardees in VA Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion research program

    Flake is a research scientist at the VA North Texas Health Care System, where he tries to improve services for Veterans who have collided with the criminal justice system by focusing on rehabilitation needs and barriers. He’s leading a project in which health care providers and formerly incarcerated Veterans collaborate to identify priority goals including employment, housing, and substance use treatment.

  • Innovation revolutionary: Diversity and inclusion at the point of care

    Pamela Black has developed a Diversity and Inclusion Advocate program to educate staff and provide support for Veterans at the point of care.

  • VA celebrates Pride Month by serving all who served

    During Pride Month, VA’s LGBTQ+ Health Program office engages, educates, and raises awareness of essential services and resources.

  • Veterans Health Equity Podcast Season 2

    VA’s Office of Health Equity’s unique podcast series reviews VA programs, initiatives, and Veteran experiences within the past year.

  • Female Veterans wanted for leadership trainee program

    VA encourages female Veterans to apply for a 24-month management trainee program in environmental management services with non-competitive placement.

  • Dr. Preston Igwe discusses diversity in medicine, care of Veterans

    After an encounter with a Black Veteran at VA, Dr. Preston Igwe sent a popular Tweet that showcased the needs for more diversity in the medical profession.

  • Women vital to historic Tuskegee medical center

    Women’s key role in the history of Tuskegee Campus of the Central Alabama VA Health Care System, one of the most historic medical centers in America.

  • VA celebrates LGBTQ+ Health Week

    VA’s LGBTQ+ Health program engages, educates and raises awareness on essential services and resources that matter to you.

  • Get paid work experience through VA’s National Diversity Internship Program

    Take a look inside a career at VA – and […]

  • Enhance care for women Veterans with your VA career

    With ongoing investments in hiring and support, VA is addressing the need to better serve women Veterans head-on.

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