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Lessons Learned: US-Global LGBTQ+ Foreign Policy
01.
Videos
Out Leadership: Asia LGBT+ Senior Leader Summit 2017
Out Leadership: Asia LGBT+ Senior Leader Summit 2017
Out Leadership: Asia LGBT+ Senior Leader Summit 2017
Out Leadership: U.S. LGBT+ Senior Leader Summit 2017
Out Leadership: U.S. LGBT+ Senior Leader Summit 2017
Out Leadership: U.S. LGBT+ Senior Leader Summit 2017
Out Leadership: Europe LGBT+ Senior Leader Summit 2017
Out Leadership: Europe LGBT+ Senior Leader Summit 2017
Out Leadership: Europe LGBT+ Senior Leader Summit 2017
About Out Leadership
About Out Leadership
About Out Leadership
Out Leadership - U.S. 2016 - The Power of Inclusion as a Business Driver
Out Leadership - U.S. 2016 - The Power of Inclusion as a Business Driver
Out Leadership - U.S. 2016 - The Power of Inclusion as a Business Driver
02.
#OutLEADER
LGBTQ+ and Ally executives
creating Return on Equality®
Openly LGBTQ+ and active Ally executives bring unique qualities to leadership.
The people we call #OutLEADERs are intuitive, open, and innovative – and their experiences
have helped them learn how to leverage their identities and make an impact in business.
In this series, we’re honored to share stories and insights from some
of the incredible business leaders we’ve engaged in our work around the world.
Sally Susman
As the Executive Vice President of Corporate Affairs at Pfizer, Sally Susman oversees the company’s relationships with governments around the world as well as its corporate responsib...
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Alphonso David
Alphonso David is both the first black man and the first openly gay man to serve as chief counsel to the governor of New York, a role he has held since 2015. But even before he made ...
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03.
International Country CEO Briefs
LGBTQ+ CEO Business Briefs
Out Leadership’s LGBTQ+ CEO Business Briefs seek to help business leaders understand and respond to the operational and reputational risks they face when they do business in countries where the legal and/or social environment makes it difficult for LGBTQ+ people to live openly.
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