Queenie C. Plater, M.S., is Vice President of Human Resources for Johns Hopkins Medicine's Community Division. That division includes Sibley Memorial Hospital, Suburban hospital and Howard County General Hospital.
She is also a faculty member of the department of Health Policy and Management at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, where she teaches courses related to human resource issues. Until 2010, she also taught at Georgetown University's School of Nursing and Health Sciences. At Georgetown, she also served as an academic preceptor and executive mentor in the university's health systems administration program.
In June, 2016 Queenie was appointed by the DC Mayor’s office of Talent and Appointment as a member of the Workforce Investment Council. In addition to her accomplishments at Sibley and Johns Hopkins Medicine, Plater is also co-chair of human resources for the District of Columbia Hospital Association.
Plater began her career at Sibley as an employment assistant. She quickly rose through the ranks and was named Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer in 2005. She was one of the executives instrumental in Sibley's merger with Johns Hopkins Medicine in 2010.
In 2002, then Maryland governor Parris Glendening appointed Plater Commissioner for Community Services Reimbursement Rate.
A resident of Bethesda, Maryland, Plater received her Bachelor of Science degree in Organizational Management from Washington Adventist University. She later obtained a Master of Science degree in Applied Behavioral Science from the Johns Hopkins University.
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