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Staff JEDI Programs

Below is a list of programs offered by the School of Medicine's HRG JEDI team, Stanford Medicine enterprise, and Stanford University. Click on each option below to learn more. 

HRG JEDI Programs

Staff JEDI Collective

The School of Medicine Staff JEDI Collective brings together over 80 staff representatives and HRG business partners from across the School to connect central and local efforts around the employee experience through promoting organizational change for justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI).



BetterUp Coaching

Stanford wants every member of staff to feel like they can learn and grow, make an impact, and feel connected in their current role. 

By offering BetterUp coaching services, the Stanford School of Medicine HRG JEDI team is investing in staff, specifically those wearing a DEI practitioner and/or volunteer hat, to advance their personal and professional growth while increasing resilience and retention.

Transforming Self and Systems through Praxis

The Transforming Self and Systems through Praxis Program is a cohort-based professional development series that seeks to cultivate reflection, dialogue, and action on issues of power, identity, and difference for SoM staff. It seeks to design a more cohesive and thorough approach to exploring JEDI topics.



Future Black Leaders

More information coming soon!

Inclusive Leadership Discussion Series (ILDS)

More information coming soon!

JEDI Programs at Stanford University & Stanford Medicine

Explore the programs below to learn more about JEDI opportunities available at Stanford University and Stanford Medicine.

Staff Diversity Programs at Stanford Medicine

Stanford Medicine REACH Postbaccalaureate Program

Stanford University Staff Affinity Groups

Stanford University Communities of Practice

Stanford Health Care Employee Resource Groups

Stanford Medicine Restorative Justice Hub

Stanford Medicine is building an enterprise-wide Restorative Justice (RJ) hub with facilitators and services available across the School of Medicine, hospitals, and affiliate healthcare centers.

For more information, contact Sonoo Thadaney Israni  at and Terrance Mayes at