Past event
Out on the Street: U.S. 2015
Out on the Street: U.S. 2015
OVERVIEW

Hundreds of senior LGBT and Ally business leaders from around the world convened on Tuesday, April 21st for the fifth annual Out on the Street: US LGBT Leadership Summit hosted by Morgan Stanley, at the New-York Historical Society. An initiative of the global LGBT business advisory firm Out Leadership, Out on the Street brought together executives from leading financial institutions to share strategy around issues vital to LGBT equality and critical to creating marketplace opportunity.

“Morgan Stanley is honored to host the 2015 Out on the Street Summit and bring together a diverse cross-section of senior leaders for important discussions of how businesses can continue to drive LGBT equality,” said James Gorman, Chairman and CEO, Morgan Stanley. “At our Firm, we know that our employees are our strongest asset, and diverse talent and points of view are core to our success, and we expect this forum to further the work across the financial services industry in the continued effort to support equality for all.”

James Gorman participated in a panel of CEOs at the Summit.

Speakers Include:

Todd Degarmo, CEO, STUDIOS Architecture

Morgana Bailey, Vice President, State Street

David Duplantis, President, Global Digital and Customer Experience, Coach

John Eydenberg, Managing Director, Co-Head of Americas Investment Banking Coverage and Advisory, Global Head of Financial Sponsors, Deutsche Bank

Jim Fitterling, Vice Chairman of Business Operations, The Dow Chemical Company

Peter Grauer, Chairman, Bloomberg LP

Fred Hochberg, Chairman, The Export Import Bank of the United States

Edward (“Ted”) Jacobs, BakerHostetler Partner and Out in Law Board Member

Greg Fleming, President, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management; President, Morgan Stanley Investment Management

Thomas R. Nides, Managing Director and Vice Chairman, Morgan Stanley, and former Deputy Secretary of State

Lucilla Rastelli, Program Manager, Funding Systems, GE Capital Treasury

Kathleen Sebelius, Former Secretary of Health & Human Services and former Governor of Kansas

Claudia Slacik, SVP and Chief Banking Officer, The Export Import Bank of the United States

Xena Ugrinsky, Senior Partner and Pride Advisory Board Member, KPMG LLP