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FEATURED MOVER | Manny Ocasio, Luminis Health

J. Manuel “Manny” Ocasio was named chief human resources officer for Luminis Health.

Ocasio serves as the executive leader overseeing strategic and operational human resources plans across the health system.

His responsibilities include talent acquisition, compensation & benefits, employee health, learning & development, and diversity & inclusion. He and his team work to build a positive culture to engage all employees in Luminis Health’s success.

Manny is a Strategy & Innovation doctoral candidate at the International School of Management. He holds an information and telecommunications systems post master’s certificate from Johns Hopkins University, has a Juris Doctor from the University of Maryland King Carey School of Law and a Master of Business Administration from Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School.

J. Manuel "Manny" Ocasio, chief human resources offiver with Luminis Health

J. Manuel “Manny” Ocasio, chief human resources officer with Luminis Health

ABOUT MANNY OCASIO

Resides in:

Frederick

Education:

Bachelor of Arts, University of Puerto Rico, Master of Science/Master of Business Administration from The Johns Hopkins University, Juris Doctor from the University of Maryland

If you had not chosen your current profession, what profession would you choose and why?

High School Counselor. Nothing is more rewarding than to encourage young people to grow.

Favorite vacation:

Key West, Florida

When I want to relax, I … :

Sing out loud

Favorite book:

“La Casa de los Espiritus,” by Isabel Allende

Favorite quotation:

“My idea of a perfect world is one in which we really appreciated each other’s differences. A world in which we’re all equal, but definitely not the same.” — Barbra Streisand

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