Women hold more executive leadership roles in the medtech industry today than they did 20 years ago, but there’s still a long way to go.
There is still a women’s leadership gap in the U.S., though. According to a report from the Centers for American Progress, women hold 52% of professional jobs in the U.S. Only 14.6% are CEOs. A mere 8.1% are top earners, and a scant 4.6% are Fortune 500 CEOs. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission also reports that only a fifth of executives, senior officers and managers in the U.S. high-tech industries are women.
Keeping with the theme of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, here are seven women medtech executives making a difference in the industry.
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