August 27, 2021

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Chief Educational Services Officer Sara Molina-Robinson Recognized as Diversity Leader in Business by Philadelphia Business Journal

PHILADELPHIAPublic Health Management Corporation (PHMC), a nonprofit public health institute that creates and sustains healthier communities, is pleased to announce Sara Molina-Robinson, Chief Educational Services Officer, has been distinguished as one of Philadelphia Business Journal’s 2021 Diversity Leaders in Business. The award recognizes the Philadelphia region's top diverse business leaders who have made an impact through demonstrated business success, community leadership, and philanthropy.

“I’d like to thank Philadelphia Business Journal for this recognition and also express my gratitude to my fellow honorees for the work they are doing every day to improve diversity, equity and inclusion in the region,” said Molina-Robinson. “I feel incredibly fortunate to have a career that gives me the opportunity to directly impact the lives of individuals and families throughout Philadelphia and create access and opportunities for the underserved.”

As a member of PHMC’s leadership team, Molina-Robinson is responsible for PHMC’s Special Education and Support Services portfolio, Child Development and Family Services, and PHMC’s subsidiary National Nurse-Led Care Consortium. Sara was recognized by Philadelphia Business Journal for her work this year advocating for improved inclusivity and reduced barriers to care to help ensure individuals with disabilities have access to the COVID-19 vaccine, as well as her work leading PersonLink’s Restorative Justice Supports Coordination Program. PersonLink’s highly trained unit provides supports coordination to individuals with disabilities who are involved with the criminal justice system. She was also committed to leading efforts that ensured students in PHMC's education program, both at Fairwold Academy and The Mill Creek School, were able to continue accessing and stay connected to their educational program during the pandemic.

Molina-Robinson has served as a dedicated member of the public health community since the beginning of her career. In addition to her role at PHMC, Molina Robinson currently serves as Board Chair for Morivivi, a Latino cancer survivor support group, and served in several leadership positions on the Philadelphia Interagency Coordinating Council (PICC). She also sits on the Advisory Committee for the Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbilities Services and on the Advisory Board of Best Buddies Pennsylvania.

The honorees were recognized at a virtual event on Thursday, August 26 and will be profiled in a special edition of Philadelphia Business Journal on Friday, August 27.
For more information on the award, visit
About PHMC
Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC) is a nonprofit public health institute that creates and sustains healthier communities. PHMC uses best practices and evidence-based guidelines to improve community health through direct service, partnership, innovation, policy, research, technical assistance and a prepared workforce. PHMC has served the region since 1972. For more information on PHMC, visit