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Join Pfizer for a Behind the Scenes Look Into Their Breakthrough Vaccine and Networking Live Event on Sept 23

Join Pfizer for a Behind the Scenes Look Into Their Breakthrough Vaccine and Networking Live Event on Sept 23
Posted By: Reggie Culpepper on September 17, 2021

Representation in the pharmaceutical industry is key to delivering on Pfizer's core value of Equity. Join us on September 23rd to hear the inspiring stories of our Global Black Community members who were instrumental in the development of the Covid-19 vaccine. For an opportunity to network with the panelist and other Global Black Community members about careers at Pfizer, please register at:
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The Breakdown: A Behind the Scenes Look Into Pfizer's Breakthrough Vaccine

LinkedIn Live
Thursday, September 23
3pm - 4pm ET
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Network with Pfizer Colleagues
Thursday, September 23
4pm - 5pm ET
http://www.tinyurl/yh6unz6u

In partnership with NSBE-Healthcare Innovation SIG, INROADS, Morehouse School of Medicine, and HBCU CONNECT

Featuring:
- Ramcess Jean-Louis, Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer
- Niesha Foster, Vice President, Global Health & Social Impact and Co-Chair, Multicultural Health Equity Collective
- James Jean, Director, Temperature controlled Logistics
- Ronika Alexander Parrish, Clinical Scientist, Vaccines
- Tatenda Shopera, Ph.D., Principal Scientist, BioProcess R&D
- Melissa Bishop-Murphy, Senior Director, State Government Relations and Co-Chair, Multicultural Health Equity Collective
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