Lee Perry from GSK, London
Hello everyone. Lori here from Newmarket UK
A big hi from Cheltenham, UK. Is that on your bucket list? ;-)
Hi from NYC! Shout out to Cheryl Lander | Oracle!!!! Thanks to all panelists for leading this session.
Hi Emma P, Justine here from The Cotswolds!
Hello everyone, I’m here from Singapore!
Hello from Poland
Hello Everyone! — from USA! - Phoenix Arizona! — Thank you Oracle!
Hello, From India
well said arlene
Greetings from Portugal!
Cheryl - it's going to be awesome!! So excited! Congrats - huge accomplishment!!
Go OPEN! — 24 Hour Pride is going to be EPIC!
@Georgina Court - would be interested to hear about your involvement in Carnival. I'm very much ingrained into carnival culture, and helped to manage one of the largest mas bands at NHC for 10 years. If you'd like to connect, please contact me at email@example.com
In today’s world of data and analytics, can any of the kind panelists point to some recent data on the impact and benefits of the work done ? This would be good to use as arguments for not so tolerant work places.
Thank you panelists, all very helpful and relevant insights re ERGs. If it’d be of any help, here’s a link to an article I wrote in light of recent race events, not a LGBT person myself yet have had the experience of leading the BAME network and Global Comms for Women in Tech at one of leading Global Financial Services provider https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/staying-relevant-becoming-more-inclusive-via-bame-employee-aurora/
Thanks for sharing, @Amrita Aurora
firstname.lastname@example.org thanks so much!
@Jack great product placement
Thank you all! So helpful
Thank you everyone :)
So awesome to see Deena! Thank you for all the amazing work you do with Out&Equal!
If you have questions for Deena, please submit them via the Q&A
thanks for such insightful webinar sessions
With the global economic disruption and the large numbers of lay-offs and unemployment rise, how can LGBTI business leaders and influences ensure that our needs remain relevant and that the COVID 19 is not used as an excuse to roll back the gains made in diversity and inclusion.
@ Thanks Deena I would be really happy to receive data/numbers on the business case for the importance to have D&I