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Session Abstract:

According to AdvaMed, only 12 of AdvaMed’s more than 250 member companies are led by women. Women constitute only 12% of healthcare industry board directors. Women account for 73% of healthcare company managers but only 4% of CEOs. 


Nevertheless, Fortune 500 companies with more than three women on the Board have 66% higher return on invested capital and a 42% higher return on sales.

Panel Members

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Maital Guttman, MBA

Global Inclusion & Diversity Manager, McKinsey & Company

Maital Guttman was born in Israel and grew up in North Carolina since the age of 12.  After graduating from Duke University as a Robertson Scholar with a BA in International Studies, she founded a documentary film production company, Dewdrop Films LLC.  Dewdrop Films produced and screened films around the world, including South Africa, Moldova, Israel and the US.She received an MBA from UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School in 2013 with a concentration in consulting and sustainable enterprise.  She interned at and started as a consultant at McKinsey & Company, where she has focused on topics around economic development, innovation, strategy, culture, change management and talent management.  She is currently serving as McKinsey’s head of diversity and inclusion in North America, working to create an environment that attracts, develops, and retains exceptional women and diverse talent. She lives with her wife, son and golden doodle in Atlanta.