Exceptional Women in Life Sciences | KPMG | SG

In a marketplace defined by complexity, disruption and change, today’s most successful companies are those that bring diverse perspectives and experiences to each new challenge. KPMG continues the tradition created by Sir William Peat, who championed the rights of women by changing the rules of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) to permit the admission of women. In 1924 Ethel Watts was the first woman to qualify as an ICAEW accountant and was active in the movement to secure equality for women in the UK throughout the 1920s to 1960s.

We are proud to introduce our “Exceptional Women in Life Sciences” video series. This program addresses two of KPMG’s business imperatives: to profile our partners and senior managers, and to provide a vehicle for enhancing the connectivity our women have within the marketplace,” says Chris Stirling, Global Chair, KPMG Life Sciences Practice.

KPMG professionals at all levels and regions discuss their career paths, leadership roles, industry issues and the future of the life sciences sector.

Take advantage of this unique program and experience these exceptional leaders’ insight. We encourage you to return to this site, for additional videos presented throughout the year.

Watch the video: Jaime Marks Corvino

Jaime Marks Corvino on clients preparing for the future

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Watch the video: Li Fern Woo

Li Fern Woo on the development of women in leadership

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Watch the video: Vicki Phelan

Vicki Phelan on mentoring aspiring women

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Watch the video: Hilary Thomas

Hilary Thomas on women in leadership roles

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Watch the video: Kelly Dane

Kelly Dane on the future of women in life sciences

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Watch the video: Anna-Marie Detert

Anna-Marie Detert on how to mentor aspiring women

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