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OUT&Proud Research Panel

This is new research looking into the experiences of young LGBT+ people at university and work.  The study was commissioned by Clifford Chance, Deutsche Bank and the University of York, supported by National Student Pride.

  •    An exceptional panel was brought together to reflect on the findings:
  •    Tailored careers advice needed
  •    Support for being out and staying out
  •    Benefits to employers beyond diversity: grit & resilience
  •    Juggling multiple identities: exploring intersectionality a diverse set of backgrounds, related to this challenge, highlighting that many LGBT+ inclusion events tend to focus on white gay men. How can a black LGBT+ woman relate? The experience of being LGBT+ will be different for everyone and we need to be mindful of this when building our environments

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Speakers:

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    Chloë Davies
    Chloë Davies
    Head of PR & Partnerships
    myGwork
    Chloe Davies is an activist, proud bisexual woman, mother of two, chef and entrepreneur, who campaigns for inclusion and equality in social spaces, corporate organisations and the wider community. She spent over 15 years working in retail, artist management and PR before starting her own company in 2015. Chloe is Head of PR & Partnerships for myGwork - The global recruitment and networking hub for LGBT professionals and organisations promoting diversity and inclusion. Chloe volunteers with UK Black Pride (UKBP) as the Strategic Officer, working closely with the Executive Director and the Board of Directors to help shape the future of UK Black Pride. She is also the Community Lead for the London Queer Fashion Show - An annual showcase of fashion, identity, and expression.
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    Georgie Court
    Georgie Court
    Global Inclusion Specialist
    Clifford Chance
  • Toby Horner
    Toby Horner
    Practice Management Advisor
    Clifford Chance Pte Ltd
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    Tehzeeb Fatima Bukhari
    Tehzeeb Fatima Bukhari
    Future Trainee Solicitor
    Clifford Chance
    LLB Finalist at the School of Oriental and African Studies. As a queer Muslim woman, it is my prerogative to create safe spaces for those in the LGBTQIA+ community and advocate for the rights of those intersections of society that are vulnerable, as I have also faced the struggles many young people who identify with these communities have faced. I believe in the important of visibility and equal opportunities in the development of any professional career field. As a future trainee solicitor at Clifford Chance, I hope I can become a role model for other queer professional Muslim women like myself. To truly thrive as a person in all avenues in life, I strongly believe that being able to be your true authentic self lies in enabling and inclusive environments which not only give a sense of belonging but aid you in flourishing as an individual. Now that I have a voice, I want to use it for those who do not or are just beginning to use theirs.
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    Savannah Adeniyan
    Savannah Adeniyan
    Trainee Solicitor
    Clifford Chance
    I am a trainee solicitor at Clifford Chance LLP in London, though I'm currently working in the firm's Amsterdam office on an international secondment. I have a keen interest in finance law and in supporting various diversity initiatives, whether through working with Clifford Chance's REACH Network or working with our Arcus network to talk to lawyers, other professionals or students or simply sharing my experiences as a gay black woman in other ways.
  • Tiernan Brady
    Tiernan Brady
    Global Inclusion Director
    Clifford Chance
    Tiernan is the Global Director of Inclusion for Clifford Chance. He is an equality campaigner and was the Political Director of the successful Irish referendum campaign for marriage equality which saw Ireland become the first country in the world to introduce marriage equality by a public vote. He subsequently became the Executive Director of The Equality Campaign, the successful Australian public vote campaign for marriage equality. They remain the only two countries in the world to have introduced marriage equality through a public vote. He is also the Director of Equal Future, a global campaign working with LGBT faith groups to deliver equality. He served as Policy Director of GLEN – The Gay and Lesbian Equality Network in Ireland where he was responsible for designing and implementing the successful political strategy to pass civil unions legislation. He designed and launched KnowNow, Ireland's first free community based rapid HIV testing program. He served as Director of Organisation to the then Tánaiste (Deputy Prime Minister) of Ireland, Mary Coughlan as well as serving two terms as Mayor of his home town of Bundoran in Ireland.
  • Dasha Karzunina
    Dasha Karzunina
    Head of Research
    GTI
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