There are moments in time that show the impact of Out & Equal and the community of individuals and organizations that are our partners in the Business of Belonging.
Here are a few of those Moments that Matter!
Below is an excerpt from Out & Equal CEO, Erin Uritus’, address at the 2022 Executive Forum in San Francisco. Let’s take a minute. Together. To reflect on the changes. The grief. And how we found ourselves – what we are made of –in the midst of crises after crises, from COVID, to the trauma […]
Every parent. Every person who cares about our most vulnerable. Every business with a commitment to inclusion. Now is the time for our clarion call. Hundreds of anti-LGBTQ bills have been introduced from state to state in the last few years. The targets are now squarely the most vulnerable among us, LGBTQ children. This […]
Friends, I hope your 2022 is starting off well! I’m always motivated at the start of a new year. There are new opportunities to connect, new priorities to focus on, and new goals to achieve. If the last two years have taught us nothing else, it’s that our world can change overnight and commitments we […]
Scroll for English Dia da Visibilidade Trans é celebrado anualmente no dia 29 de janeiro no Brasil. Esse dia é um momento crucial de celebrar as vozes e experiências da comunidade trans no Brasil. No dia 29 de janeiro de 2004, um grupo de líderes trans viajou para o Congresso Nacional em Brasília para lançar […]
“Glocalization is emerging as the answer to the question: ‘How do we make a culture of inclusion scalable?’” – Surbhi Srivastava, Sr. Talent Services Partner, ServiceNow (she/her) On December 9th, Out & Equal hosted the Q4 Global Forum: Glocalizing LGBTQI+ Inclusion – a shared forum for leaders from Brazil, India, China, and all over the world. The […]
Five Ways Employers Can Engage Year-Round to Support Employees Living with and Affected by HIV and AIDS
1) Use Accurate Language: HIV is Not AIDS While shorthanded references to “HIV/AIDS” are common, it is important in both official messaging and informal conversations to distinguish between human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). Because of the development and wide availability of antiviral treatments, most people in the United States living with […]