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Panel Womxn in the workplace and beyond

We want to share the experiences of diverse women and beyond to be their true selves at work, at home and socially. Gathering together women across industry and the community we will be exploring what it means to be an LBTQ (Lesbian, Bisexual, Trans and Queer) woman in 2020.


  •     What are the challenges during this time of COVID-19?
  •     Why is visibility and representation more important than ever?
  •     What are some of the barriers that stop women from being 'out' in the workplace and how can these be overcome?
  •     How can we be better allies to each other?Who are some of your LBTQ role models?

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Receive your LGBT+ Inclusion Certificate of Attendance for the WorkPride Global Conference 2020!

(To qualify, you must register and attend a minimum of 5 webinars during the WorkPride Global Conference.)

Speakers:

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    Alex Enness-Laporte
    Alex Enness-Laporte
    Sales Operations Manager,
    EY
    Alex joined EY in 2014 and is an Assistant Director in Sales Operations for the Consultancy part of the business. Her career has progressed through many industries, including Hospitality, Aged Care, Upstream Oil & Gas, Insurance and IT. She was also the EY UK&I LGBT+ Network Co-Chair from 2018 to 2021. She originates from Melbourne, Australia, and has lived in London since 1999.
  • Claire Skinner
    Claire Skinner
    Principle
    Marsh McLennan
    Claire is Head of Content and Delivery within the Mercer UK Fiduciary team as well as leading the 40+ UK Diversity & Inclusion Champions across the UK, linking in with the D&I Advisory Board for the UK. In 2018 Claire was appointed global co-chair of the Mercer Pride (LGBT+) Business Resource Group and was shortlisted for the British LGBT Awards Diversity Champion Category. In 2019 Claire won the Professional Pensions Women in Pensions Role Model of the year award and works with a number of other LGBT+ organisations including LBWomen, Diversity Role Models and the Midlands Alliance.
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    Chloë Davies
    Chloë Davies
    Head of Social Impact
    Lucky Generals
    Chloe Davies is a proud bisexual woman, mother of two, a creative, global inclusion & belonging consultant, chef and entrepreneur. Her work sees her campaigning 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 catering company in 2015. In September 2021 she took on the role of Head of Social Impact for Lucky Generals – the creative company for people on a mission. Where she will be responsible, in conjunction with management, for setting the company’s social impact goals and ensuring that they are met in the most effective and creative ways possible. The role will be focused on building a sustainable, diverse and inclusive company culture and output. Before this Chloe spent over two years working for Mygwork - The global recruitment and networking hub for LGBT+ students, graduates, professionals and organisations who believe in true workplace equality. As Head of Training & Engagement (Public & Community) she oversaw necessary internal and external conversations surrounding LGBT+ inclusion, training and external consultation. Chloe volunteers with UK Black Pride (UKBP) as the Head of Finance & Governance, working closely with the Executive Director and the Board of Trustees to help shape the future of UK Black Pride. She is the Head of Relations for the London Queer Fashion Show - An annual showcase of fashion, identity, and expression, a Trustee for the London LGBTQ+ Community Centre and an Ambassador for Mental Health First Aid England. She describes herself as a mental health survivor, openly discussing her own journey with depression and mental health and advocates on usualising these conversations both in and outside of the workplace and starred alongside Denise Welch in ‘Depression & Me’ – a short film produced by Mental Health First England which shines a light on lived experience of depression and recovery. In all of her work, which takes Chloe around the globe, she aims to further connect those within the community while educating allies to continue disrupting and push for increased visibility, understanding and appreciation of the communities she works to serve. In July 2021, Chloe was shortlisted out of 52,000 nominees for The National Diversity Awards – Positive Role Model of the Year – LGBT. The ceremony will be held on the 4th February 2022.
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    Kate Fisher
    Kate Fisher
    Enterprise Account Manager
    Oracle
    Seasoned sales professional and a dynamic, engaging leader and speaker for the LGBTQ+ community seeking to empower others to embrace vulnerability and thrive in their personal story. Motivated to develop authentic leaders that lead from their strengths. Active in building safe workplace environments that value, promote and recruit diverse talent as a global co-chair for the Oracle OPEN (Oracle Pride Employee Network) an LGBTQ+ ERG. Proud contributing member of the Board of Directors for one-n-ten a nonprofit organization serving and assisting LGBTQ+ youth.
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    Louise Wolstenholme
    Louise Wolstenholme
    Vice Chair Army LGBT+ Forum
    British Army
  • Chantelle Miller
    Chantelle Miller
    Army Officer
    The British Army
    Major Chantelle Miller was commissioned into the British Army in 2011 after reading Law Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of South Wales. As a Military Police Officer she has deployed to Afghanistan advising the Minister of Interior Affairs on the development of policing capability. Having served as an instructor at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst (RMAS) and the Afghanistan National Army Officer Academy (ANAOA) she has extensive experience operating in a leadership development sphere. She is currently completing Professional Military Education (PME) and a Master of Business Administration qualification. On completion of PME she will be assigned to US Army, Military Police School as the Military Police Exchange Officer. She is married to Tara and they have a beagle called Chilli.
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