Orlando Health has appointed Quibulah “Quib” Graham, MSPH, BSN, LHRM to the role of corporate director of diversity and minority business development.  

With more than 23 years of healthcare experience, Graham has held leadership positions at Beth Israel Medical Center and Renal Research Institute in New York and across Orlando Health, including her current position as administrator of allied health and support services. As corporate director of diversity and minority business development, Graham will lead Orlando Health’s diversity, equity, inclusion and minority business program. The department has partnered with team members and community organizations to support diverse and minority populations since 2013.  

“We’re excited to welcome Quib as the new corporate director of such an important program at Orlando Health,” said Lainie Fox Ackerman, Orlando Health Assistant Vice President, External Affairs and Community Benefit. “For the past 18 years, Quib has held leadership roles throughout Orlando Health and we’re excited for her to bring her experience to enhance Orlando Health’s ongoing efforts in diversity and inclusion.” 

In addition to leading the health system’s commitment to supporting diverse and minority populations, Graham will also lead diversity, equity and inclusion education and training for Orlando Health team members. 

“I am both honored and excited by the opportunity to further the impact Orlando Health is having in the community,” said Quib Graham, MSPH, BSN, LHRM, corporate director, diversity and minority business development. “I’m looking forward to partnering with our team members and local organizations as we continue in our efforts to support minority populations.” 

Graham earned a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Dillard University, a Master of Science in public health with a concentration in health services administration from Meharry Medical College and a bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Central Florida.   

A member of the Central Florida Black Nurses Association and the Orlando Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Graham is active in the community. She currently serves on advisory boards for the Orlando Day Nursery, WOMEN Unlimited, Inc., IMPower and MedSpeed Advisory Council and is on the board of the Dr. P. Phillips YMCA of Central Florida where she currently serves as vice-chair and helped coordinate the inaugural Y Diversity & Inclusion Matter forums at the YMCA. 

Graham’s role became effective March 1.