About Greta Todd
Executive Director, Diversity, Inclusion and Community Affairs
St. Louis Children’s Hospital
As Executive Director of Diversity, Inclusion and Community Affairs, Greta Todd provides strategic direction for community relations and public health interventions designed to increase access to care, improve population health, and reduce health disparities in the community. Programs include mobile clinics, home visitation initiatives, and school-based outreach providing access to over 30,000 children and families per year with dental services, asthma care, injury and obesity prevention programs, immunizations, preventative screenings, and pre-natal education and care. She is also responsible for diversity, inclusion, equity and cultural competence initiatives focused on workforce, patient satisfaction, and equity in health outcomes.
Prior to this, Greta served as Director of Government and External Affairs at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, and as a lobbyist for the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists. She received her BA from Illinois State University, and her MA from Georgetown University. She is a 2008-2009 graduate of FOCUS Leadership St. Louis, a 2014 graduate of the FOCUS Diversity Fellowship, and 2017 graduate of FOCUS Impact Fellows.
Greta is a former appointed member of the Kirkwood Human Rights Commission, and of the Regional Health Equity Council (Region VII), which is a national network of the federal Office of Minority Health. Additionally, she is a member of the St. Louis United Way Community Investment Committee, chairing their current Community Needs Assessment process. She also serves as a BJC representative on the board of the Integrated Health Network.