Member Spotlight

Kaddra Greene-Hall is the Supplier Diversity Program Lead for Atrium Health, the southeast division of parent enterprise Advocate Health.  In her role, she is responsible for partnering with Supply Chain Management to execute strategic procurement strategies and process improvements that are economically viable and socially equitable, and align to system-wide goals and promote connectivity between Atrium Heath and its communities served.

A lifelong learner, Kaddra graduated from Gardner-Webb University with a Bachelor of Science in psychology and a Master of Business Administration, respectively. Further, she is a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt from Central Piedmont Community College, completed a certificate in Women’s Entrepreneurship from Cornell University, finished the Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion in the Workplace Certificate Program at the University of South Florida, accomplished advanced training in Project Management from the University of Miami, is a Certified Associate of Project Management (CAPM)® from the Project Management Institute and is a Certified Professional in Supplier Diversity® (CPSD™) from the Institute for Supply Management. 

In 2021, she was identified by DiversityMBA Magazine as a “Top 50 Under 50 National Emerging Leader”, in 2022 she was recognized by the Annual Pride Magazine Awards as a “Corporate Supply Chain Leader” and in 2023 she was named to the Black Business Ink Magazine 20th Anniversary Power 100 List which recognized the most influential leaders from across North Carolina.

Kaddra’s professional interests includes her passion for research, small business mentoring, inclusive leadership, and social impact advocacy. 

Kaddra was born and raised in Shelby, North Carolina. She and her husband, Darrius, have a 1-year-old son, Darrius II who is affectionately known as Deuce. In her spare time, Kaddra enjoys reading, traveling, trying new recipes, DIY projects, interior designing, is an avid Hard Rock Café memorabilia collector and a “die hard” Duke Blue Devil.