(BALTIMORE – September 21, 2023) – Tune in to the next edition (9.22.23, 9-10 am EST) of the Emmy-nominated Doni Glover Show as our special guest will be Bob Ingram. Besides a phenomenal track record in media, he has been a mentor to the host since the mid-90s.
Robert “Bob” Ingram is the Founder of Urban Health Report and VP of Strategic Programs and Initiatives at Pod Digital Media.
Healthcare and Corporate Diversity & Inclusion Thought Leader Robert “Bob” Ingram, the Founder of the Urban Health Report, a digital health and wellness information platform devoted to eradicating healthcare disparities among Blacks and Indigenous Persons of Color, is a leading executive in healthcare, publishing, multicultural marketing, advertising, and corporate diversity, and inclusion circles.
He started his career at US Black Engineer & Hispanic Engineer Magazines where he quickly rose to Associate Publisher developing an expertise in the recruitment of Black and Latinx STEM talent. Though grateful to those who brought him into the diversity and inclusion career and recruitment area of publishing and advertising, Bob yearned to be independent.
Out of the diversity technology recruitment space, Bob went out on his own as a publisher of popular and industry-driven healthcare publications. During the Bill and Hillary Clinton push for universal healthcare in the mid-90s, Bob made a successful foray into healthcare as publisher of both The Urban Health Report magazine and Healthcare Network 2000 monthly news journal.
These thriving publications covered healthcare news, trends, issues, careers, and top executives. Among his clients and supporters then were The Mayo Clinic, Johns Hopkins Medicine, University of Maryland Medical Center, Washington Hospital Center, Bon Secours Health System, and Children’s National Health System. As a strategic partner of the National Association of Health Services Executives (NAHSE), Bob became an expert in the area of health disparities in the African-American community as well as cultivated a broad network of the Top Blacks in Healthcare throughout America.