How to be Inclusive when Differences are Less Visible

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Diversity and inclusion strengthen organizations by bringing a variety of perspectives that reflect individual strengths to collectively generate better ideas. Join WEST and Ipsen for a panel discussion on advancing inclusion when differences are less visible. Panelists will share insights about various less visible dimensions including and not limited to physical, sensory and chronic health conditions, mental health, thinking styles, values, gender identity, and more. The discussion will deepen your interest in and raise awareness of the less-visible or invisible (but no less widespread) aspects of diversity. The panelists will share experiences and suggestions for what organizations can do to be inclusive of these kinds of differences including ensuring psychological safety and an inclusive company culture.

Panelists include:
 – Stacey Brewer, Senior Clinical Nurse Educator, Ipsen
 – Paula Cobb, CBO, Affinia Therapeutics
– Paul Mola, President & CEO, Roswell Biotechnologies Inc.
– Cristina Almansa, Head of Clinical Development and Medical Scientific Affairs, Ironwood Pharmaceuticals (moderator)

Cost: 
Members: $0; Non-Members: $5

Given our mission is to promote women’s development in STEM we would like to offer a free spot in our workshops to those in transition between jobs or who cannot afford the ticket price. Please contact [email protected] if you qualify.

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