Albert Alibudbud

As part of our commitment to the cancer community, Jazz actively seeks out and listens to patients, physicians, care teams and advocacy groups for insights that could help develop new or better standards of care for rare and difficult-to-treat cancers.

This month, we have been uplifting the voices of our LGBTQ+ colleagues, educating allies on queer history and commemorating the spirit of resistance –and resilience –with which Pride began.

Abizer Gaslightwala

Nothing Small About It is an online program from Jazz Pharmaceuticals – developed in consultation with CancerCare, GO2 Foundation for Lung Cancer, Lung Cancer Foundation of America and LUNGevity Foundation – as the first digital hub dedicated solely to SCLC patients and caregivers.

Jazz employees came together last week for a virtual, global celebration in honor of Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, led by our All Dimensions of Diversity Employee Resource Team and our Pan-Asian affinity forum.

Kali Wellington-James, Corporate Counsel, Human Resources

Celebrate Diversity Month is a timely opportunity to help diverse communities of people gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of each other and to encourage conversation and education on the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in our workplaces.

Philip Lavelle, Global Head of Supply Chain

Jazz Pharmaceutical’s Global Head of Supply Chain Philip Lavelle discusses the often-hidden function of supply chain and what is needed to get medicines safely and quickly to patients.