Advancing Women of Color in Life Sciences

More than 90% of CEOs report that diversity is a top business priority, yet the dial towards progress has moved forward slowly in recent years. With diversity and inclusion at the top of the agenda, we explore the current state of affairs for women in color in life sciences and the underlying processes within recruitment that may create obstacles to increasing their representation in the workplace.

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Our new report explores these challenges along with the tools and strategies aimed at improving diversity and inclusion.

Did you know that...

    • 9.9%
​of STEM employees
are women of color.
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      • 11.3%
of STEM undergraduate degrees are awarded to women of color.

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  • 50%
more likely to receive an interview if you have a 'white' sounding name.