This series is one of the initiatives that demonstrates KPMG’s commitment to the development, advancement and leadership of women.
This series demonstrates KPMG’s commitment to the development and advancement of women.
The rising costs of healthcare, growth prospects, the speed of innovation, patient access to data and limitless other factors are putting huge pressure on the life sciences industry in the UK and globally. The most successful companies today offer diverse perspectives and experiences as new challenges arise.
Utilising the life sciences industry expertise of KPMG specialists and leveraging the vast network of professionals in other sectors, allows KPMG's experts to produce strategies that help shape a competitive advantage, while driving measurable value.
“We are proud to demonstrate our industry expertise with our ‘Exceptional Women in Life Sciences’ video series. This programme addresses two of KPMG’s business imperatives: to profile our partners, managers and senior managers, while providing a vehicle for enhancing the connectivity our women have within the marketplace,” says Chris Stirling, Global Chair and Partner of the KPMG in the UK Life Sciences Practice.
Take advantage of this unique programme and experience these exceptional leaders’ insight. Watch the videos and find out how KPMG professionals at all levels discuss their commitment to life sciences, leadership roles, industry issues and the future of the sector.
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Michelle Quest, Global Head of Tax for Life Sciences, explains how diversity across KPMG is supported so that everyone reaches their full potential.
Dr. Adrienne Rivlin, Director, Healthcare and Life Sciences Strategy Group, highlights three important trends in the Life Sciences industry.
Moulshri Pande, Director, Life Sciences, discusses how exciting advances in data and analytics is transforming the Life Sciences industry.
Anna Marie Detert, Partner, People & Change, explains why one to one interaction is often very impactful when mentoring aspiring women in the Life Sciences industry.