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Inclusivity on the Go: Empowering LGBTQ+ Travellers


LGBTQ+ travellers often find themselves navigating challenges that their cisgender heterosexual counterparts do not. Join our panel discussion to gain insights from industry experts and LGBTQ+ travellers as they share tips and advice for travelling abroad and relocating, and discover the best practices businesses can implement to support their LGBTQ+ staff during their journeys.


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This panel is supported by Criteo and Booking.com.

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- Join the next myGwork panel: LGBTQ+ Allyship and Beyond

- Join the next myGwork workshop: Strength and Skills Conditioning


About myGwork:

myGwork is the global LGBTQ+ business community. We offer a safe space for people to connect with inclusive professionals, find jobs, attend events, and catch up on the latest LGBTQ+ news.

 

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Speakers:

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    Michelle (Michi) Raymond
    Michelle (Michi) Raymond
    Business Development Director
    myGwork
    Michelle Raymond is the Business Development Director at myGwork, a global networking hub and job board for LGBTQ+ professionals and graduates. In addition to being a public speaker and D&I consultant, Michelle is also an accomplished musician who performs under the artist name ‘Michi.’ She has graced the stage with some of the biggest names in music today including Miley Cyrus, Meghan Trainor, DJ Marshmello, Rita Ora, and Carly Rae Jepsen.
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    Lewis Bell
    Lewis Bell
    Senior Technical Sourcer and UK Chair of B.proud (LGBTQ+ ER
    Booking.com
    I want to create environments within companies that are truly inclusive, giving people from different race, gender, age, disability, and sexual orientation the confidence to be who they want to be and enjoy the career and success they deserve. I have worked for large global organisations to smaller family-run businesses and never had to deal with homophobic issues, the one time I did I left the company as they didn't see it as an issue if you have to go through this at the workplace and don't feel supported then this is a great place to find companies that can except you however just because a company has a policy or an award does not mean they practice this day to day I am proud of who I am and want to ensure that for people who have no voice are heard and represented both professionally and personally. If you are looking for advice on companies who are inclusive, CV help, interview prep please feel free to reach out.
  • Thea Bardot
    Thea Bardot
    CEO & Thunder
    Lightning Travel Recruitment
    Thea (they/she) is the trans non-binary finery and AUDHD babe behind the disruptive Lightning Travel Recruitment brand. With their powerful voice and captivating storytelling, Thea has emerged as a 'top voice' on LinkedIn, recognised as one of the top 10 LGBTIA Voices in the UK, and named as one of Attitude Magazines 101 LGBTQ+ Trailblazers list in '24. They have also contributed LGBTQ articles to Conde Nast Traveller, been featured in Forbes and received the Recruitment Leader award at the UK Recruitment Awards. Thea is a passionate advocate for diversity and inclusion in the workplace, and they use their platform to share insights into inclusive recruitment, neurodiversity, and transgender awareness. Their unique perspective and engaging approach have earned them a reputation as a thought leader in these areas.
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    Abraham Briseno
    Abraham Briseno
    Account Strategist
    Criteo
    I am a passionate Queer knowmad who believes that cultural understanding and self-awareness are part of the solutions to avoid human conflicts. For inclusion to be part of our daily lives, we first need to start believing in ourselves and give love to ourselves, we are not able to give to others what we are not giving to our own selves. So, how can we give love and compassion to others if we are the first ones to be rude to ourselves? This is why I have been a DEI advocate across different countries, within my work environment and in my extended community, to empower more people to speak up and to live their best life by being true to who they are.
  • Amy Ogborn
    Amy Ogborn
    Business Analyst - Digital Support
    TomTom
  • Tatiana Buelvas Baldiris, Ph.D.
    Tatiana Buelvas Baldiris, Ph.D.
    Expert in Diversity Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging
    AuthentiKU
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