Advancing inclusion, diversity, and equity

Advancing inclusion, diversity, and equity

We believe in zero barriers to opportunity, so we use all the assets we have to advance equity in our communities and within our business. We drive towards a future where all our employees belong and can contribute their full life experience, amplifying our efforts to improve health in global communities.

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Medtronic Leader Among Ireland's 25 Most Powerful Women
For the third year in a row, Medtronic Vice President Bronwyn Brophy has been named among Ireland’s 25 Most Powerful Women by Ireland’s Women’s Executive Network (WXN).  Brophy leads her company’s Early Technologies division for Europe, Middle East and Africa. In Ireland, the WXN is the largest network of female senior executives, managers and entrepreneurs, with over 2,500 members....
Jun 23, 2017 9:45 AM ET
Asia Society Names Medtronic Top Employer
Being honored as a top employer requires employees who help to create a unique culture every day. “And that leads to innovation for the organization,” says Sophia Khan, senior director for global inclusion, diversity and engagement. “We are creating a diverse culture where we value all the ways we are unique – and it’s making a difference.” That kind of impact at Medtronic was...
May 25, 2017 9:40 AM ET
Military Veterans Bring Unique Skills to Medtronic
When Medtronic patients call with questions about their medical devices, they’re in steady hands when they reach Steve Kregel. “You have the opportunity to help people who are generally going through a tough transition,” Kregel said. “Many have just received their first medical implant. They don’t know what to expect and you’re there as a calming...
May 23, 2017 1:05 PM ET
Diversityinc Recognizes Medtronic In 2017 'Top 50' List
At a recent Hispanic and Latino Leadership Summit for Medtronic leaders, employee Sandra Henderson says she felt an overwhelming sense of pride. “There’s a sense of community here,” said Henderson, a customer experience and design specialist at Medtronic. “We are having conversations about career development and how Latin Americans can make a difference within the company.” It’s...
May 3, 2017 1:45 PM ET
‘The Only Girl In My Engineering Class’
She couldn’t find the women’s restroom. It was nowhere to be found. “It’s usually next to the men’s room,” recalls Carol Malnati. “But it wasn’t.” She was 19-years old and a college student studying electrical engineering. And on this day, she found  herself roaming the hallway in the engineering building looking for the bathroom.  “I was told it was in another building...
Mar 8, 2017 1:15 PM ET

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