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April
2021
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Spotlight on Louis White

Summary

Whether it's Bruce Wayne, Clark Kent or Peter Parker, superheroes and secret identities often go hand-in-hand. But for our resident 'superhero,' Security Ambassador Louis White, he has no need for secrecy.

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Whether it's Bruce Wayne, Clark Kent or Peter Parker, superheroes and secret identities often go hand-in-hand. But for our resident 'superhero,' Security Ambassador Louis White, he has no need for secrecy.

"Wherever I go, I have to represent everything that I stand for," Louis said. "I'm a representative of Cook Children's, of my true self, of the world and, most importantly, of God, our father. And there's nothing to hide."

And he has shown that sense of confidence and self with humility like a beacon in the night to our patients, families and staff for the last 23 years.

The Louisiana native's path to Cook Children's began with a simple visit to a friend's grandson who had been admitted to the hospital. Having worked in security for Neiman Marcus, he struck up a conversation with a Cook Children's security officer, who suggested this would be a great place for him.

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