2022 Hall of Fame Preview Video
- Judge Yvette McGee Brown, the first Black woman to sit on the Ohio Supreme Court.
- Frederick Aldama, PhD, a pop culture educator who expanded access to educational opportunities for Latinx students during his 15 years as a professor at Ohio State.
- Quinn Capers IV, MD, a cardiologist who sparked a national revolution in medical school admittance practices resulting in greater access for prospective doctors of color.
- Mónica Ramírez, JD, a lawyer and activist who founded the nation's first legal project dedicated to helping farmworker women particularly in the area of workplace sexual harassment.
While the ODI Hall of Fame doesn't yet exist in a physical location, Vice Provost Moore has included plans beginning to take shape for a Hall of Fame in a proposed $45 million renovation and expansion of Hale Hall. “Someday soon, we will have a vibrant space where our students and the general public can learn about the inspiring life and legacy of these dedicated men and women,” said Moore.