Time is quickly running out to register for Out & Equal's Workplace Summit 2022! We are offering both in-person and e-Pass opportunities. The final deadline to register for Summit is Monday, October 3rd.
In addition to over 100 Workshop Sessions, the 2022 Workplace Summit will also feature several Premier Sessions to elevate discussions of some of the central issues to LGBTQ+ workplace equality:

  • Your Story, Your Truth, Your Power: Leveraging Narratives in APAC Workplaces

  • The Art of Being Queer: A Lens for Inclusion

  • Deep in the Heart: Texas as Case Study for Navigating Anti-LGBTQ+ Bills

  • Coming Out Again: Neurodiversity in the Workplace

  • Pursuit or Escape? The Great Resignation and Belonging

  • Cultures of Belonging: Perspectives from Latin America

  • Resiliency in Practice: Sustaining Ourselves as DEI Leaders

  • Queer Money Matters
We are thrilled to announce that Paul Oakley Stovall will be joining us for Summit! 

Paul Oakley Stovall is an artist and activist based in Chicago. He is a 2022 Tony award winning producer for A Strange Loop on Broadway and currently plays George Washington in Hamilton on the first national tour. Most recently he was the creative director and head writer of Juneteenth Unityfest, sponsored by the Robert Randolph Foundation, We Are Family Foundation, and Stand Together Foundation. He is currently working on an eight-episode limited series about Frederick Douglass and his time in Ireland in 1845, along with an original LGBTQIA+ dramedy series entitled Fathers and Sons. His first film BUFFALO (producer, writer, lead actor) was a finalist at aGLIFF in Austin, and for the IRIS Prize in Cardiff, Wales, the largest LGBTQIA+ film festival in the world.

Earlier this month, we announced that Jillian Mercado and Kal Penn will be joining us for Summit.
Interested in a deep dive on key LGBTQ+ workplace inclusion issues? Join us for our Practitioners Leadership Labs, a pre-Summit program designed for ERG/BRG leaders and DEI professionals to learn best practices from hands-on leaders from Fortune 500 organizations.
Our theme this year is “Unstoppable”, an intentional rallying cry for the unique moment the LGBTQ+ community is facing. 
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