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The “5000 WOMEN CAMPAIGN” at GIANT Health

The “5000 WOMEN CAMPAIGN” at GIANT Health

Last week was formally launch the GIANT 5,000 Women 2020 Campaign!

Having worked in and with healthcare for over 30 years, Susan MacDonald, of 5,000 Women Campaign Lead commented: 

“I am excited to be working with such an incredibly talented global team who we shall profile in the coming weeks and months.  GIANT Health’s ambition as an opportunity creating platform for women resonates strongly for all of us involved in this initiative. We look forward to collectively making GIANT 5,000 Women 2020 a reality.”

Women provide the majority of healthcare worldwide, and their insights are essential as we all work to improve health outcomes.  However, women are significantly underrepresented in healthcare leadership, particularly in health technology and innovation.  At GIANT, we believe that it is paramount to encourage and enable more women to become leaders in healthcare technology.  This is why we created the GIANT 5000 Women Campaign, which aims to:

  • Increase representation of women at GIANT, one of the largest and most valued healthtech events worldwide
  • Create opportunities for women in healthcare and health tech to learn, network, and grow both personally and professionally
  • Support women as they strive to become leaders in health tech in order to improve health outcomes for all

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