Announcing the Humanity Talent Network™

Post the murder of George Floyd, companies across the corporate landscape made public commitments to improve diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) within their organizations. Soon thereafter, we saw a plethora of platforms, networks, and programs launched to address this issue. Yet despite these efforts, we have seen few solutions. It reminds me of one of my favorite John Wooden quotes, “Never mistake activity for achievement”.

The Humanity Talent Network™ (HTN) is a solution. HTN is a private membership network of underrepresented leaders in healthcare and life sciences. HTN does not seek to address every aspect of DEI in every corner of corporate America. We are quite focused in our audience and approach. Our audience is people of color and women in leadership positions across healthcare & life sciences, including care delivery, biotechnology, pharma, medical devices and digital health. HTN seeks to amplify, connect, endorse and support these experienced and talented leaders in order to enable them to access and excel in highly competitive executive positions, board roles and entrepreneurial ventures.

Our approach is tactical. Our services include:

  • Curated Opportunities – Career accelerating opportunities and introductions curated to each member’s preferences and expertise. These opportunities include: board positions, executive roles, speaking engagements, consulting opportunities and investor introductions and more.
  • Executive Career Strategist – A personal career strategist that helps to develop a personalized and tactical career acceleration plan focused on: 1) developing your career vision; 2) refining your professional story; and 3) connecting you to targeted opportunities.
  • Collectives - Curated small group forums of subject matter experts engaging with each other around professional, healthcare-related and scientific subject matter. Collectives are available by functional role and specialty area.

Although we are focused on supporting people of color and women, there is a place for everyone to engage on HTN, including white male “allies” and organizations that support more inclusive leaders.

We believe that this resource will not only drive more inclusive leadership across the health sectors we target, but will also revolutionize the way in which all leadership is supported and recruited. You can learn more by visiting