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On February 24th from 5:30pm to 7:00pm come hear
a panel of speakers discuss the diversity of Pharma in what will be an engaging
event that will highlight some of the challenges and solutions from academia
through the corporate environment. If
you are looking to learn more about Diversity and Inclusion and what you can do,
then you will walk away with a wealth of knowledge. This panel discussion will
give you an opportunity to learn from some of the leading experts and to ask
the difficult questions that you have. Many companies are looking to have a
diverse workforce because diversity
makes good business sense. A more diverse workforce is a more productive,
competitive workforce. This time gives us an opportunity to make positive
change. But it brings challenges that will require tools and support.
Although the shortage of
diverse candidates within the engineering fieldis not a new challenge,
the current climate has catalyzed opportunities to move the industry
towards more inclusive representation of minorities.
The Ethnocultural Diversity
& Inclusion Initiative fosters diversity and
inclusion within the broader ISPE community to represent and serve
professionals of ethnically, racially and culturally diverse backgrounds
Providing education and increasing awareness about
racial disparities within the pharmaceutical industry;
Enhancing the recruitment and retention of racially
diverse pharmaceutical industry candidates during progression from K-12 to
professional level; and
Cultivating partnerships with organizations that support
ERC minorities with education of experiential backgrounds in pharmaceuticals.
out how you can get involved. This group has a passion for helping
underrepresented engineers and finding ways to give back. This can include
individual contributors, managers, senior managers as well as HR professionals.
Who Should Attend this Webinar: Anyone
interested in learning more about diversity and inclusion and what they
can do to help.
Eric Felz, Takeda
Eni Adedokun, Takeda
Speakers: Click here for full speaker biographies.
Dr. John Armendariz, Vice Provost for
institutional diversity & Inclusion (Northeastern University)
Dr. Elizabeth Zulick, Director Lowell
Institute School at NU
Dean Richard Harris, Assistant Dean,
Director of NU program in Multicultural Engineering (NUPRIME)
Dr. Richard O’Bryant, Director of
John D. O’Bryant African American Institute
Moderated by Dr. Martin Kimani,
Associate Director Process Sciences, Sarepta Therapeutics
Program Fees: Members & Non-Members: FREE
Registration Deadline is Wednesday, February 24th at 3:00 pm.
Log on Information: Prior to the webinar a confirmation e-mail will be sent with the Zoom information. The webinar can be accessed through phone, online, or through the Zoom webinar app.