An Insider’s Guide to Bridging the Biotech Gender Gap

00:40 EDT 8 Aug 2017 | Xconomy

As an executive recruiter focused solely on life sciences, I’m among the first to acknowledge the industry’s gender gap. Of the 20 largest pharmaceutical companies around the world, only one has a woman at the helm—and GSK named Emma Natasha Walmsley as CEO less than five months ago. Among biotech executive leadership teams, women make […]

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