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What belonging at Broad means: A conversation with Kate Bazile, Broad’s Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity Program Specialist

“Don’t let your fear of how to show up keep you from showing up.”

Pay equity: Creating the foundation for an equitable workplace

In this Insights post, Frances Brooks Taplett, Broad’s Chief People Officer, talks with Shuba Gopal, Senior People Scientist on Broad's HR team, about the adjusted pay gap and how Broad analyzes and ensures pay equity.

DIALing up the IDEA strategy: Interventions for impact

Read the second post in Insights, a new blog from Frances Brooks Taplett, Broad’s Chief People Officer, where she discusses what she's learned from Broad's recent Diversity and Inclusion Assessment for Learning (DIAL) survey. 

The ideas behind IDEA: A closer look at Broad’s new Office of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Allyship

Read the first post in Insights, a new blog from Frances Brooks Taplett, Broad’s Chief People Officer, where she discusses the need for organizations to move beyond a sole focus on diversity—because only in organizations that are inclusive and equitable can diversity truly thrive. Broad has created a new program to meet this challenge, and to spur meaningful change.

Eno-Abasi Augustine-Akpan

#WhyIScience Q&A: A software engineer tells her story of moving from finance to biomedical research

Eno-Abasi Augustine-Akpan talks about her career shift and her passion for mentoring young girls of color in science.

Zhanyan Fu

Zhanyan Fu

#WhyIScience Q&A: What mouse studies can reveal about psychiatric disorders

Zhanyan Fu talks about the importance of animal models in her work investigating the roots of autism and other psychiatric disorders.

Josep Mercader

Why I switched from experimental to computational biology

In a #WhyIScience Q&A, Diabetes genetics researcher Josep Mercader talks about the benefits and challenges of a career analyzing large and diverse datasets.