Diversity & Inclusion

We believe a diverse workplace leads to better ideas, more fruitful collaboration, and a vibrant culture.

"I believe that bringing people of diverse backgrounds and viewpoints together leads to better ideas, more fruitful collaborations and a vibrant culture. I'm committed to fostering an environment where every person feels valued, included, and able to contribute their best for the patients we serve."

- Bill Anderson, CEO, Genentech

We’re On a Journey

We are inclusive. We celebrate multiple approaches and points of view.

We believe diversity drives innovation. So we’re building a culture where difference is valued.

We take a holistic approach. We’re always growing our network of people, programs and tools all designed to help employees grow and manage their careers.

We foster both a top-down and grassroots approach. This gives us the freedom to address the broadest set of initiatives.


What We're Doing

We constantly push ourselves to re-imagine who we are and how we work. This increases the chances of serendipitous discovery, promotes problem-solving, and develops leadership.

In the Workplace

We’re building a culture where diversity, inclusion, and engagement all increase our ability to innovate. We are committed to giving employees the tools they need to achieve their professional and personal goals.

  • Our workplace initiatives include:
  • Corporate Gender Diversity Strategy
  • Veterans
  • Diversity & Inclusion Education Curriculum
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In Our Community

We’re focused on supporting diversity both inside and outside the organization. We contribute to patient initiatives, support medical professionals, work to develop our suppliers, and are active in our communities.

  • Diversity Network Associations (DNA) groups
  • Strategic partnerships
  • Supplier Diversity strategic initiatives
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Looking Ahead

We’re continually rethinking our organization and our initiatives to build a better future for all of us. Right now, we’re developing a strategy for people with disabilities, and furthering our focus on career and work flexibility.

What’s to come