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 [email protected], the firm’s group for LGBTQ ZSers and allies.


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[email protected] promotes freedom, diversity and acceptance on IDAHOT

On May 17, ZSers joined people, companies and policy makers in more than 120 countries around the world in celebration of International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHOT), an annual event that brings attention to the discrimination and violence LGBTQ people still face, recognizes advancements in LGBTQ equality and promotes human rights for all.

To mark the occasion, [email protected], our LGBTQ- and ally- resource group dedicated to cultivating a supportive and inclusive environment, encouraged ZSers to show their support by wearing pink and hosted events centered on freedom, diversity and acceptance at many of our global offices.


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ZS’s WLI in NY celebrates move to the Empire State Building

After months of anticipation, ZS’s New York office has finally moved into the Empire State Building.

The NY Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI), a group dedicated to empowering ZS women to make a positive impact for our business, our clients, our industries and themselves, decided to make this celebration a bit sweeter. The group passed out delicious cookies to ZSers to spread the word about WLI and educate ZSers on statistics surrounding women in industry. Each cookie had a women in industry fact attached to it and cookie eaters were surprised by what they read.


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