Hologic leaders recently attended the WEF annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland. They participated in the WEF main-stage program, contributed to private panel discussions and co-hosted a pivotal breakfast discussion about women’s and girls’ health with senior government, United Nations and non-governmental (NGO) officials.
During the main-stage panel, titled “A Generation of Progress Lost: Achieving Gender Equality,” Hologic Chairman, President and CEO Steve MacMillan discussed key insights from the Hologic Global Women’s Health Index, stressing that “what gets measured gets acted upon.”
Joining MacMillan at the Davos meeting were Jan Verstreken, Hologic’s International Group President; Tanja Brycker, Hologic’s Vice President of International Strategic Development for Breast and Skeletal Health and Gynecological Surgical Solutions; and Laura Gillespie, Hologic’s Fellow at the World Economic Forum, who also helped represent Hologic’s leading commitment to women’s well-being.
Hologic’s message throughout the Davos meeting was focused and urgent: The world needs to make the health of women and girls a greater priority.