About RHE Corp Services LLC.
Racial & Health Equity Services, LLC's formation was conceptualized in 2014 by Dr. Conner. Racial & Health Equity, LLC dba RHE Corp Service, LLC, home base is in Cincinnati, Ohio, and was incorporated in 2022.
With Dr. Conner at the helm, RHE Corp Service, LLC, has provided various services in the Health and Human Services category, encompassing her overarching mission for advancing organizational change regarding race-based inequities contributing to health disparities.
RHE Corp Service, LLC, provides strategic planning services within programs, units/divisions, and departments, as qualitative data analytical & evaluation services focusing on how to service historically disadvantaged populations better, evaluating under-utilization of health programs and services, and comparative effectiveness regarding equity.
RHE Corp Service, LLC's unique subject matter expertise in health education and promotion, social sciences, and racial equity through narrating the lived experience of racism and discrimination (direct, indirect, and perceived), leveraging the social-ecological design to understand human behavior, and grounding our services in the Critical Race Theory (CRT).
RHE Executive Summary
RHE provides health-related consulting services that intentionally examine inequities and disparities' potential positive and negative impacts. We use an equity lens to communicate, plan, develop, and disseminate inclusive, non-bias, and non-stigmatization campaigns/projects that effectively reach intended audiences.
We have provided strategic advisory services to boards and administrative teams by consulting on the impact of long-standing systemic social and health inequities, including some that have been introduced or exacerbated by federal, state, and local policies. We have conducted assessments to gather data regarding equity within the workplace and other operating environments and make recommendations for future action in healthcare systems. We have coached board members and senior administrators of various institutions, departments, and businesses to increase their multicultural competencies on equity-related issues.