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Company Updates

  • We recently celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month by hosting a “Change Sequence” networking event on campus. Featuring a keynote by Dr. Fabian Sandoval, CEO Emerson Clinical Research Institute, and a panel discussion with some of our leaders, the event honored the contributions made by Hispanic/LatinX leaders in the biotech industry.

  • Veronica McCright, VP Site Services, was recently profiled in African American Career World Magazine for her former work leading the Procurement team that is sourcing everything our organization needs to operate. Veronica shares more about our supplier diversity program which focuses on increasing opportunities for smaller, diverse suppliers such as women owned, service-disabled, veteran and minority owned businesses. Read more:

  • Thank you to our 125 amazing postdoctoral fellows for their critical contributions to our mission of developing medicines to treat people with serious medical conditions. Interested in becoming a postdoc with us? Learn more about the unrivaled opportunity to put yourself at the forefront of science with some of the world’s leading scientists. #NationalPostdocWeek

    Genentech: Postdoctoral Programs

    Breakthrough science. One moment, one day, one person at a time.

  • We were recently recognized by Glassdoor as one of “13 Companies with Cool Wellness Perks”. In addition to our comprehensive list of tools and services designed to support the health and wellbeing of our people, we also rolled out a meditation app to help employees reduce stress and lead more mindful lives. See the full list from Glassdoor:

  • Congrats to our own Wendy Young, the 2020 recipient of the American Chemical Society's Earle B. Barnes Award for Leadership in Chemical Research Management. As SVP, Small Molecule Drug Discovery, Wendy oversees a cross-functional research team dedicated to finding innovative chemical approaches to create new investigational medicines. Read Wendy’s "Portraits in Science" for more on her story.

  • From our inception, co-founder Herb Boyer insisted on publishing our discoveries in academic journals. Learn how this decision led to a new chapter opening up in biomedicine as well as attracting top talent to Genentech.

  • As a leadership and team coach, Ana Lucia Jardim is living her life’s purpose with us: to create places of belonging where everyone has an opportunity to thrive. Read her story and learn the fun way that she likes to shake things up in her coaching workshops:

  • For Ayesha Hamid, Manager, Channel Operations, Informatics (IT), coming to the US and joining Genentech helped shape the woman she is today. She says, “It takes a village to help a person become who they are.” Hear more from Ayesha as she shares her journey and how her managers helped her see her true potential.

  • Laurie Hill, Vice President of Intellectual Property, shares how she overcame a devastating accident in order to pursue her passion for science. Today she credits her resilience as the driving force in her legal strategy work and for doing what seems impossible in helping our patients.

  • Science is our guiding force and we have some of the world’s top scientists working here. But it takes more than scientists to make our organization run and thrive. Browse our professional areas to see where you might fit in and where we have open positions.

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