We believe that fostering diversity, equity, and inclusion is a key element to discovering, developing, and bringing transformative therapies to patients with cancer. We strive to build a workforce representative of the people we serve and to build an inclusive culture where all voices are welcomed, heard, and respected.
57% of our global workforce identify as female, making Seagen proud that females are a majority of our workforce.
37% of executive directors and above identify as female, reflecting important representation among a cross-functional range of senior leadership positions.
33% of our U.S. workforce belong to at least one racially or ethnically diverse group, ensuring Seagen can closely identify with the patients we serve.
36% of Seagen U.S. executive directors and above are racially or ethnically diverse, highlighting our commitment to diversity in leadership.
Asians & Pacific Islanders Ready to Empower (ASPIRE) is an inclusive network for Seagen’s Asian and Pacific Islander employees and allies. ASPIRE fosters community, supports professional development, and contributes to Seagen’s culture of inclusion and equity.
Seagen Black Employees Supporting Talent (BEST) network focuses on recruitment, advancement, and community for Black employees and enhancing representation in every aspect of our work.
The Seagen Caregiver Resources and Support network (Seagen CARES) catalyzes support for employees integrating career and caregiving, especially those caring for loved ones in early childhood, with disabilities, and seniors.
The Seagen PRIDE network is an inclusive, accepting space that fosters community, identity celebration, networking, mentorship, and professional development opportunities for Seagen’s LGBTQIA+ employees and allies.