LBWomen.org has been invited to take part in the 2018 Out & Equal Workplace Summit in Seattle. Each year, thousands of executives, Employee Resource Group members, HR and Diversity & Inclusion professionals join other experts to share strategies and best practices to create workplaces which are inclusive of all sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions. This year promises to be the biggest yet, with 6000 delegates expected during the three days of educational opportunities including over 90 workshops, featured panels, community advisory roundtables, special networking mixers, receptions and events, and inspirational plenaries featuring prominent LGBTQ and ally leaders and amazing performances. The core LBWomen team of Pippa Dale, Sarah Garrett, Stephanie Highett, Robyn Streisand and Chloe Davies will be playing an active part in a number of events, including the Women’s Reception on Tuesday 2 October and the Women’s Leadership Breakfast on Wednesday 3 October, so please – if you are there - make sure you come and find us – we will be delighted to see you!
LBWomen New York Launch Breakfast Introduction by: Erin Uritus - CEO, Out and Equal Workplace Advocates. Come and meet the London Ambassadors. Location: 9th Floor Client Centre, 787 Seventh Ave., New York, NY 10019 An Inspiring way to start your day.
LBWomen celebrate in aptly named Golden Lane. In the depth of winter, LBWomen gathered at the home of Tina Wilkinson and Rose Casas to celebrate starting up a new digital platform for LBWomen. What has become increasingly clear is that LBWomen do want to celebrate themselves and celebrate each other – we do want to stand proud and we recognise just what a truly dynamic and vibrant community we are. Where better place than to do that in an architecturally-celebrated house right in the heart of the City of London? The house alone is the essence of the diversity of LBWomen. Tina and Rose’s house is a triumph of modern, award-winning design - but has old roots as a bakery; is super-funky - but still very much a home; is 3.5 metres wide – but located in the heart of one of the oldest and largest cities on the planet.