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WorkPride 2023: Women and Non-Binary People in the Workplace: Lessons in Inclusion

Historically, men have dominated workplaces within a patriarchal system. As gender diversity in the workplace grows, and more and more barriers are removed, the business case to ensure that your workplace is inclusive of all genders grows. Join us as we speak to a diverse range of people who have overcome gender-bias within the workplace, and how their workplaces have benefited from ensuring that everyone has the ability to succeed regardless of their gender. 

- Join the next WorkPride 2023 event here: WorkPride 2023: Neurodiversity Awareness - How Can Businesses do More?

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  • Raga Dsilva
    Raga Dsilva
    Director & Editor
    The Views Room & Outspoken Voices
    Raga D’silva (she/her) is an award-winning entrepreneur, woman of colour, author, TedX Speaker, screenplay writer, Host & Editor, of The Views Room, Producer and Host of ‘Coming Out Stories from India’, Host - Today with Totally Out Now. Born and raised in India, Raga lived in New Zealand for several years before moving to London, a city she now calls home. Raga decided to publicly ‘come out’ as a lesbian at the age of 50 through her debut book, ‘Untold Lies’ which made headlines, particularly in India. Since then, she has been vocal in her support for the LGBTQ+ community along with creating and producing positive LGBTQ+ content. A story she wrote during lockdown is being made into an international feature film. As a media, events and entertainment industry specialist for over thirty years, Raga has worked in many countries including India, the Middle East, Southeast Asia as well as New Zealand and the UK, receiving various prestigious awards during her journey. Raga is currently a Trustee on the Board of one of India’s largest charities – Child Rights & You (CRY UK), the D&I Board of Aristocrat Technologies India & Sony Pictures India, Trustee on the Board of Enfield Saheli (domestic violence) and an active member of the Gay India Network (GIN) London UK. Raga was recently appointed as the Chair of Board/Trustees for the London LGBTQ+ Centre. Raga’s personal coming out journey was featured across various media channels internationally including BBC India in 2022 in several Indian regional languages. Raga was shortlisted as the ‘Woman of the Year’ by Asian Achievers Awards in 2022 and was the recipient of the Woman of Courage award at the UK Houses of Parliament. Raga's story has featured across TV and several other published media.
  • Tracy Walker
    Tracy Walker
    Senior Technology Lead, Digital Commerce
  • Harriet Lunney
    Harriet Lunney
    Senior Customer Success Manager
    I've worked in recruitment and employer branding for over 11 years, starting my career specialising in Early Talent recruitment at Direct Line Group and EY, before moving into client service roles at Radancy and MSL Group. I'm now using my experience and combining it with my passion for DE&I at myGwork, supporting my clients to achieve their DE&I objectives through our products and services.
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    Abi Thangarajah
    Abi Thangarajah
    Senior IT Support Analyst
    The Trade Desk
  • Desiree Dancy
    Desiree Dancy
    Chief Diversity Officer
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    Amy Huang
    Amy Huang
    Chief Administrative Officer
    Marsh McLennan
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