Corporations are starting to include diversity, equity and inclusion as key components of their mission statements, and some states are imposing diverse representation on boards; however, recent reports show that only 3% of health systems have a health equity expert as a member of their board. More than two years into a devastating global pandemic that has disproportionately impacted minority communities, the importance of health equity cannot be overstated and deserves more than lip service. How does your organization acknowledge the connections between structural racism, classism, sexism, homophobia and health? What does your organization do to stop the drivers of health inequality and start to improve health outcomes? What does it mean for an organization to have the will to create such change? These are some of the topics that we plan to discuss among the panel and with attendees.