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ERGs and their work all year round

Outline: During this time of a global pandemic, how are Employee Resource Groups making the shift to support not only the individuals within but also the wider business at large? What impact has been caused to strategy and plans for the future and what part are they playing in maintaining employee morale at this time.

Join ERG leaders from across sectors to discuss the impact their groups have had to embed inclusion culture within their businesses and the vital role they will continue to play in bringing employees together in these challenging times.


  • Georgie Court
    Georgie Court
    Graduate Recruitment Specialist
    Clifford Chance
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    Annie Newman
    Annie Newman
    Senior digital content editor
    Being able to make a difference to LGBT+ inclusion in the health & life sciences sector is of upmost importance to me. Having grown up identifying as gay, I like many in the LGBT community have had to deal with the challenges that that can bring but as an adult I am out and proud and passionate about doing what I can to help others. As the first female lead of GSK’s award-winning LGBT+ employee network group Spectrum, I feel privileged to be able to influence GSK’s LGBT+ agenda and to be in a position to support and be the voice for those within the organisation. During my involvement with Spectrum we have grown from strength to strength and I believe one of my biggest contributions to be enabling the community to connect better than ever before. I also see that through my day job as Senior digital content editor for GSK's internal and external corporate channels, I have been able to utilise my passion for bringing to life the diversity of employees across the company. As Engagement lead for the Proud Science Alliance, a ground-breaking cross-company collaboration. I'm responsible for engagement across our member communities. To bring such a large and diverse group of LGBT+ employee groups together with one mission takes a robust strategy and great story-telling. It’s an honour to bring their stories to life and also to work across the organisations to ensure best practice is shared. Over the past few years I have placed 9th in the 2019 OUTstanding LGBT+ Role Model list, LGBT+ future leader category and was a finalist in DIVA's Rainbow Honours LGBT Champion category.
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    Cheryl Lander
    Cheryl Lander
    Sr. Director, Release Management
  • Jack Murray
    Jack Murray
    Talent & Development Lead
    Budweiser Brewing Group UK&I
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