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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Precision Medicine for ​Everyone

Our vision at TGen is centered around bridging genomic research with medical advancements that directly impact individuals, their families, and their communities. To achieve this, a working environment that is diverse, equitable, and inclusive to all is essential.

The Goal of DEI

Our goal is to facilitate a more informed conversation at TGen and create avenues for organizational dialogue and learning around diversity, equity and inclusion. We want to ensure everyone is heard and that TGen becomes an even better place to work.

Events & Celebrations

February may be the shortest month on the calendar, but it's packed with moments to celebrate and share, to consider how far we've come and how far we have to go. Occasionally, it includes a leap ... but every now and then a leap—especially of faith—can be a good thing.

Our Mission

The DEI Council is committed to the core values of respect for all ideas and perspectives, strong community, and mindful listening; and exists to cultivate an environment built on trust, sensitivity, and diversity where all talents, viewpoints, and inquiries are welcome. We will achieve this through related communication and education efforts, helping people understand the consequences of their words and actions, and promoting empathy and connectedness.

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DEI Council Members

Megan Folkerts — Sr. Research Associate

Krystine Garcia Mansfield — Bioinformatician III

Janita Gordon  Senior Director, Individual Giving

Stephanie Grinage — Vice President, Individual Giving

Kristen Kaus — Manager, Education and Outreach (Council Vice-Chair)

Joseph Mikhael, M.D. — Professor (Council Chair)

Khyati Pathak, Ph.D. — Research Assistant Professor

Sampath Rangasamy, Ph.D. — Associate Professor

Lisa Rey — HR Liaison

Kim Thompson — Specialist, Education and Outreach

Hayley Yaglom — Genomic Epidemiologist