Danilo Formolo is the Assistant Vice President of Language Access, part of the Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at Atrium Health. Danilo is entrusted with leading and transforming one of the largest and most robust healthcare language access programs in the country. The nationally recognized program features over 110 interpreters that primarily serve the Charlotte, NC region, where Atrium Health is headquartered. In addition to operational leadership, strategic initiatives include building a large, scalable infrastructure through the use of technology to increase access, optimize efficiencies, and contain costs on a system level.
Danilo earned two Bachelor’s Degrees from UNC Charlotte, plus an MBA.
Danilo is well known in the industry and has delivered conference presentations around the country on numerous occasions. Danilo is also responsible for organizing the 2nd largest medical interpreter conference in the U.S., drawing 400 interpreters from the Carolinas and beyond. He also co-leads the Carolinas Association of Medical Interpreter Leaders (CAMIL), a consortium of healthcare language access leaders dedicated towards advancing the profession.
Danilo has also served on various boards and committees within Atrium Health, the local community, and on a national level, including the Certification Commission for Healthcare Interpreters (CCHI).
Danilo and his family currently reside in Huntersville.