Khan joins Agrace as Diversity and Inclusion Manager
for the education, financial stability and health of people in the Madison community. She speaks English, Urdu, Hindi and Spanish, and has worked
closely with low-income Latinx and English as a Second Language (ESL) adults.

“Faatima brings to Agrace a passion for identifying, discussing and addressing issues of inequity and the impact these issues can have on an
organization and the people it serves,” said Marcia Whittington, Agrace chief development officer. “She will help drive our efforts to address the
racial, ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic disparities that affect access to receiving hospice and palliative care.”
From Agrace Hospice Care

MADISON, Wis. – Agrace has hired Faatima Khan as its diversity and inclusion manager. Agrace is
Wisconsin’s largest nonprofit palliative care and hospice agency, providing end-of-life care and
related services to people in southern Wisconsin communities for more than 40 years. As diversity
and inclusion manager, Khan will work to improve access to care for diverse and underserved
patients, and help Agrace ensure that its staff and volunteer workforce reflects the diversity of the
communities it serves. Khan will oversee Agrace’s Advancing Inclusion and Equity Committee and
its Minority Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Scholarship Program.

Khan previously served as director of corporate and community engagement at United Way of Dane
County and career pathways specialist at Centro Hispano of Dane County where she created and
launched a program to increase the number of CNAs of color in the Madison area. Since
graduating from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Khan has dedicated herself to fighting
Faatima Khan