Global Leadership Dinner
After its success at the 2017 Workplace Summit, the Global Dinner is returning for a second time! This event is specifically designed for international Summit attendees and those who work within the global context.
Women’s Leadership Breakfast
Join us for an interactive discussion on the critical role mentorship plays in women’s careers. We’ll hear from a dynamic group of women leaders on how mentorship shaped their career, how they mentor today, what challenges or obstacles may exist, and what each of us can do to support the professional success of each other. As our national rhetoric gets more divided this sustentative and interactive breakfast will reconnect us with our community’s roots in connection, belonging, and interdependence.
Diversity & Inclusion Leadership Breakfast
Keynote Address on the future of Diversity & Inclusion from Salesforce’s Chief Equality Officer Tony Prophet. This session will address LGBTQ ally-ship, anti-racism, and the importance of equality as it relates to business’s bottom line. This unique opportunity to hear from one of the world’s most senior experts in creating inclusive workplaces at one of our country’s biggest companies. Tony Prophet leads Salesforce’s Equality initiatives, focusing on gender, LGBTQ, and racial issues—ensuring the company reflects the diversity and upholds the values of the communities it serves. He reports directly to the CEO and Chairman Marc Benioff. Throughout his career, Prophet has worked for social justice including addressing the root causes of migratory worker flows, educating female workers in developing countries on reproductive health issues and reducing supply chain greenhouse gas footprint.
Government Leadership Breakfast: Debate!
Out & Equal will be hosting a debate on how to win national LGBT equality. Republican Party leader, and former American Unity Fund legislative council, Casey Pick will be facing up against LGBT Democratic powerhouse Andrea Shorter. The debate will be moderated by the CEO of Freedom For All Americans, Masen Davis. Don’t miss Out & Equal first hosted debate and the most lively discussion at Summit on the future of our movement in the US.