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WorkPride - Community-in-focus panels for ethnicity: Latinx

With the increasing awareness around intersectionality and its importance, this community-in-focus series of panels on ethnicity explores how our identity combines with ethnicity and the resulting challenges and lived experiences this creates. With a particular focus on Latinx communities, this discussion will cover topics including:

- What it means to be LGBTQ+ and Latinx

- Identity challenges faced by Latinx communities

- Challenges faced by the Latinx diaspora

- The impact of being out in a Latinx family

- The lived experiences of the Latinx communities during Covid-19

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    Cristina Gaviria Beltrán
    Cristina Gaviria Beltrán
    Creative Lead
    Cristina Gaviria Beltrán is myGwork’s creative lead artist. In her role, she oversees the visual aspects of the company. She is also dedicated to questioning non-binary visions of sexuality and intimacy in a society which often still seeks to undermine them. She celebrates the liberty of her self-exploration and experimentation and being able to work at a place like myGwork, which acts upon this in all it offers in the corporate world. Her job involves not only a practical approach to visual language, but it is also modelling the behaviour she hopes to see and taking practical steps to act upon concerns and lead transformation.
  • Grisel Chavez
    Grisel Chavez
    Talent Acquisition Specialist - North America (U.S)
    I graduated from La Salle University in 2011 and then I began to work in Human Resources as an Intern, there I learned about the Talent Acquisition processes and my career took off. After working in a few recruitment agencies I found my way into Colgate-Palmolive where I've had the opportunity to develop new skills, getting in contact with people from all around the world and bein able to work in Diversity & Inclusion strategies, being educated and educating people in important matters such as fighting racism, sexism and homophobia, creating a safe environment for all of us to be who we are, free of judgement and happy.
  • Leonardo Campos Calumby de Lima
    Leonardo Campos Calumby de Lima
    Education Specialist
    Leonardo is the Education Specialist at IFC advisory services team. He leads the Digital Transformation accelerator program for tertiary education D4TEP, in addition to projects to improve employability services at higher education institutions. Before joining IFC, Leonardo worked as Corporate Relations Director at IE Business School, creating alliances with global public and private companies to enable leadership development through corporate learning and applied research. He created a new service line for online corporate programs, which included co-designed solutions tailored for each client. He is passionate about Diversity and Inclusion, has been the corporate leader of the IE Diversity Center, and leader of the Resources Groups for Women and LGBT employees at IE. Author of several articles on economic analysis for the Spanish newspaper Expasión, Leonardo is a civil engineer graduate from the Federal University of Pernambuco, MBA and MA in International Relations from IE Business School, and graduate from the United Nations Graduate Program in Geneva.
  • Gabriel Resendez
    Gabriel Resendez
    Program Coordinator
  • Katherine Brizuela
    Katherine Brizuela
    Account Development Specialist
    Curious individual—hungry for innovation. I believe in generosity, respect and continuous learning. International Business Major - Languages: Spanish/English/Mandarin. My name is Katherine, I was born on October 25, 1994 in the Republic of Panama. I was raised as the daughter of two cultures: Panamanian and Mexican. Even though I was born in Panama, I was always interested in the Asian culture. This is why when I graduated from high school at the age of 18, I decided to study my bachelor in Taiwan and learn the Mandarin as a third language. I have always found making new friends and learning Chinese outside of the classroom very exciting. There is no better experience than exploring a culture and immersing yourself in the unknown. It's the only way I can know my limits and get good memories (and who knows, good stories to tell for later on in life). My original plan was to spend 5 years in Taiwan (one year studying the language and the others my degree in Commerce and International Business). But being so immersed in Asian culture, I knew that the cherry on top of my experience was getting a job and having the experience of what it's like to work in a non-Latino work environment. I currently work in an American company called RebelMouse as an account manager. What I like the most about my job is the diversity of employees it has from different countries, cultures and backgrounds. We are one of the few companies that more than 50% are part of the LGBTQ + community. I feel grateful because since I was a child, with my curiosity and my dream of getting to know different cultures, now RebelMouse is opening those doors for me. Among my future plans are studying a Master in Innovation Technology and visit my colleagues from the company since we are all Remote Workers.
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    Michelle Sanchez (she/her/hers)
    Michelle Sanchez (she/her/hers)
    Privacy and Compliance Technology Leader
    Marsh McLennan
    Michelle Sanchez is the Privacy and Compliance Technology Leader at Marsh McLennan. She is responsible for developing, identifying, and delivering technology solutions that effectively support data privacy and regulatory changes (GDPR, CCPA, ePrivacy, etc) as well as internal policies and standards that affect data, data handling, processes and governance across the enterprise. She has over 20 years of experience managing small to very large multi-million dollar global implementations. Strong credentials in all facets of program and financial management from feasibility through application deployment and support. ​ Michelle is the National Co-Chair for the Marsh PRIDE resource group. She is a member of the Technology Advisory Council on Race and Diversity (TACORD), Hispanic Organization of Leadership & Achievement (HOLA), and Women in Technology (WIT). ​ She has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems from Union College, NY.
  • Miguel Prieto
    Miguel Prieto
    Senior Marketing Manager
    Marketing manager with over 10 years of experience in the IT sector, building demand generation for B2C and B2B campaigns
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