GSK Director Ambily Bannerjee inspires about career pathways

GSK Director Ambily Bannerjee inspires about career pathways

 August 13, 2020

Ambily Bannerjee is Director of Global Regulatory Affairs at GSK.

Reinforcing her passion for diversity and inclusion, Ambily was a guest speaker at REflect  - an event that informs and inspires young people from BAME (Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic) backgrounds and low socio-economic backgrounds about engineering and technology jobs and various access routes and opportunities.

Joining further industry leaders, Ambily shared her experience and discussed a range of aspects motivating the audience about their career options.

An inpressive career to date

After a Ph.D in Molecular Biology, Ambily worked as a post-doctoral scientist at UK's Imperial College and UCL for 9 years.

She joined GSK in Regulatory Affairs and within a few years had moved into a Director role as Head of EU and EMAP of Stiefel Regulatory Affairs.

Ambily is co-lead of EMBRACE Employee Resource Group and has worked with senior leaders at GSK to highlight some of the challenges faced by BAME colleagues.

Ambily is recognised as in the prestigious 100 Ethnic Minority Future Leaders 2020 list.

She is a mentor for the Women’s Leadership Initiative at GSK - and also a Mentor for Brunel University’s Widening Participation Scheme and a STEM Ambassador for several schools with a focus on removing barriers for BAME students.

Ambily also works with a local charity as a Trustee and supports wellbeing activities within an area with a largely BAME population.

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GSK aims to attract and retain the most talented people from all backgrounds and cultures.

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