b'Gender Parity CollaborativeAdvancing Women of Colorand the intersectionality of cultural ethnicitiesThe HBAs Collaborative companies are breaking down systemic barriers to create more diverse, equitable, and inclusive 39 From 2018 to 2020, theworkplaces where employees can reach their full potential, and ultimately, better serve patients and their communities. % HBA Collaborative increased Since the Collaboratives founding in 2018, member companies have identified advancing women of color as a key priority andhave met annually at our Solutions Summits to discuss the disparities women of color experience globally. In light of these disparities, Collaborative companies have accelerated and expanded their efforts to build a more just workplace andrepresentation of women society. While there is much work to be done, we share our progress over a two-year period from January 2018 through January 2020. By sharing best practices and harnessing the power of collaboration, Collaborative companies are going further, faster. Together. of color at the VP, SVP, and With this transparency comes greater accountability and intentionality to focus on removing barriers for women C-suite levels by an average underrepresented in their workforce pipeline.of 39 percent in the U.S. WOMEN OF COLOR REPRESENTATION IN THE U.S. TALENT PIPELINE 16% AT THE START OF 2020 3HBA COLLABORATIVE ALL INDUSTRIES14% 14% n=10 companies n=317 companiesThe HBA Collaborative has more women of color at all levelsof management compared to the all-industries average in12% corporate Americafrom manager-level all the way to the C-suite.E N LO OC F O C P M WO T N E R R E 12%11%10%9%8%8%The Collaborative hasThe HBA Collaborative6% increased the percentage of has more women of color 6% 6% representation at the 5% WOMEN OF COLORDirector, VP, and SVP levels 4%4% IN LEADERSHIPcompared to the broader 3% pharmaceutical and 2% ROLES EVERY YEARmedical productSINCE 2018, sector average. 40% Manager Senior Manager/VP SVP C-Suite the first year our consortium DirectorCAREER LEVEL was launched.3All Industries benchmark from McKinsey & Company and LeanIn.Orgs Women in the Workplace 2020 4All industries and pharmaceutical and medical product sector benchmarks. Women of colorincludes Black, Latina, Asian, American Indian or Alaskan Native, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander, and mixed-race women. from McKinsey & Companys Women in the Workplace 2020.10 2021 For more info visit genderparity.HBAnet.org 11'