Building Love Walls in New York With Pride@ZS

While some of the ZS offices are building playgrounds and collecting books for libraries, Pride@ZS is hoping to build Love Walls. The New York office’s Pride@ZS group recently met and shared coffee with artist Ranjeet Ahluwalia to discuss his Love Walls, an interactive pop-art project designed to spread love and unity across the world.


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Kidding Around With Pride@ZS in New York

In mid-November, the New York City chapter of Pride@ZS, the firm’s LGBTQ and ally resource group, collaborated with ZS Cares to send a group of seven volunteers to the LGBT Center of New York’s “Kidding Around.” The monthly event is a themed craft and play opportunity for children ages 3 to 8 of LGBTQ families, which allows children to have fun while parents network with other families.


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How a NY intern discovered her best self at ZS

Like many interns, I started off my summer at ZS wanting to explore the opportunities in consulting and marketing. Everything was new at first since I joined ZS with no prior experience and no knowledge of the pharmaceuticals industry.

The only thing I was sure about was that there would be a steep learning curve ahead of me. What’s interesting though is I never once felt overwhelmed or worried that I wouldn’t be able to learn and produce my best work, and that’s because of the people I’ve met here. 


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Rainbows form over ZS during Pride Month

ZS celebrated Pride Month, a month-long event held every June to commemorate the 1969 Stonewall Riots in New York, with some help from Pride@ZS, the firm’s group for LGBTQ ZSers and allies.


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New York ZSers Bring Cheer to Hospitalized Children

The ZS Cares team in the New York City office designed handmade cards to help spread hope to, support and brighten the days of hospitalized children during a summer afternoon.

The uplifting messages and beautiful artwork were sent to Cards for Hospitalized Children, a charitable organization that strengthens the spirits of youth by distributing handmade cards to hospitals across the United States.


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