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Trans Day of Visibility

This panel will be an opportunity to raise the profile of the lived experiences of the trans community, whilst celebrating their achievements in the face of obstacles and structural challenges in both the workplace and beyond.

This panel is sponsored by Immersive Labs.


  • George Wright (he/him)
    George Wright (he/him)
    Senior Communications Officer
    Houses of Parliament
    I am the Senior Communications Officer for an MP in the House of Commons, with a history working at myGwork as the Head of Community Engagement. My undergraduate was in Law at the Royal Holloway College, University of London, and I'm always keen to answer questions :)
  • Ramses Oliva
    Ramses Oliva
    Transgender Inclusion Consultant
    Lloyds Banking Group
    Ramses ( is a transgender educator, writer, and activist. His main objective is reshaping the way we talk about trans inclusion in the UK, and he's currently the Transgender lead of the Rainbow LGBTQ+ Network at the Lloyds Banking Group. He has been providing advice to several companies (including British Land, Khiel's, Hitachi) to improve transgender inclusion, championing LGBTQ+ equality in schools representing 3 million students, and his work has been featured on BBC, Gay Times, Metro, PinkNews, and BBC.
  • DIamond Collier
    DIamond Collier
    Executive Director
    Black Trans Women Inc
    Diamond Stylz is one of the premier voices of the millennial black trans community. She started her activism at 17 when she won a First Amendment rights lawsuit against the Indianapolis Public School system, a victory that allows her to go to the prom in a gender-affirming gown instead of a tuxedo. At 19, she was the first openly trans woman to attend the legendary HBCU Jackson State University where she honed her passion for activism. Currently, Diamond is the Executive Director of Black Trans Women Inc, a national non-profit that is led by Black trans women focused on social advocacy, positive visibility and building strong leadership among Black trans advocates, activists, and our allies. We host an annual empowerment conference with trans specific programming that draws from US and beyond. Diamond is the host and producer of Martha's Plate, a weekly podcast that centers trans-inclusive pro-black feminism and pop culture.
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    Stella Cottee
    Stella Cottee
    photographer/Makeup Artist/Trans Life Coach
    I am a 56 year old trans woman who transitioned very late in life, breaking out of the shackles of life to become the happy, confident and content woman I am. Professionally I started early life using my skills as photographer and makeup artist before falling into a career at an optician. I owned 2 optical franchises for 20 years that I started from scratch. I now still work in an optical environment as well as my photography/makeup/trans life coach role. My passion is to help older trans woman find there true authentic self and live the life they deserve.In my free time I am also an accomplished wildlife photographer.
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    Nikki Phinyapincha
    Nikki Phinyapincha
    TransTalents Consulting Group
    Nikki Phinyapincha (she/her) is the founder of TransTalents Consulting Group, Thailand's first LGBTQ+ inclusive workplace consulting firm, aiming to help transform the future of inclusive businesses by empowering LGBTQI+ employees through an ESG and sustainability framework. She helps multisectoral businesses to reframe their diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) policy and practices to thrive profitably and purposefully. She believes in the power of communication to connect and collaborate people for "all" people. As a former PR director for 8 years specializing in branding and communication, she becomes a DE&I speaker, advocating for transgender professional leadership on both the national and international stage, challenging the status quo of traditional social stigma and the business community. She is also the chair of the PRCA APAC Pride Network, the country director of the ASEAN Youth Advocate Network, Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative Professional Fellows Program (YSEALI PFP) 2022 awarded by US government and recently the Future List 100 by Koktail magazine. She also plays basketball and competes in the Spartan Race, fills her brain with people and power management books/podcasts, and has a network obsessed with growth.
  • Amao Leota Lu
    Amao Leota Lu
    Director of Gender & Culture
    Planet Ally
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