Network of seven women aims to put gender equality on the life science agenda

Seven women at the top of the Danish life science industry want to secure diversity in the sector, and have formed a network to help other women climb the career ladder. Boards lacking diversity are at a disadvantage, says Julia Brooker, country director Denmark at Janssen.

Julia Brooker is now leading Janssen in Denmark, where there are women than men at the top, but was once the only woman on a team for over a year | Photo: Janssen/PR

The move toward gender equality is too slow within the life science sector, say seven women at the top of the industry in Denmark in one voice.

For this reason, they have come together to form a network to discuss their own experiences from their respective journeys to the top and potential initiatives to push more women to the front of companies.

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