July 2 | By Allyson Parco
Registrations to the 2019 NGLCC International Business and Leadership Conference are nearly sold out--- but there’s still time for YOU to get in on all the game-changing action for your business! Here are four (out of many) reasons why this year’s Conference cannot be missed. 1. Increase Your Network of Personal & Professional Contacts
June 12 | By Alexandra Parker
Beth Brooke-Marciniak (pictured above), Global Vice Chair of Public Policy; Diversity and Inclusiveness sponsor at EY, at the 2018 Global LGBTI Business Week
March 28 | By Reiko Gallo
As a member of the NGLCC Supplier Diversity team and the main point of contact for nglccNY suppliers, I’m lucky to interact with hundreds of LGBTBEs dedicated to expanding their businesses and to shape new content for our LGBTBEs as NGLCC continues to grow.
The World Economic Forum Launches an LGBTI Partnership - Perspectives on NGLCC Global’s Role in the Economic Ecosystem
January 23 | By NGLCC Global
For the first time, the theme of LGBTI inclusion took the mainstage at the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) annual conference in Davos, to launch its LGBTI programmatic work, the “Partnership for Global LGBTI Equality”.
October 25 | By Tyler Brent & Alejandro Espinosa
NGLCC Global has announced the co-chairs of its the 3rd Annual NGLCC Global LGBTI Business Week: Her Excellency Karin Olofsdotter, the Ambassador of Sweden to the United States, and Ernest Cordova, the Managing Director for Health & Public Service Global Operations at Accenture.
Innovation in the Age of Data: NGLCC Global Partners with the Organization of American States on LGBTI Economic Empowerment
May 9 | By Zoe Li
NGLCC Co-Founder & President, Justin Nelson, and OAS Secretary-General, Luis Almagro, signing a Memorandum of Understanding
Generando una base empírica en América Latina y el Caribe: Una singular alianza para recopilar datos sobre la exclusión de la comunidad LGBTI
January 11 | By Phil Crehan
Generating the Evidence Base in Latin America & the Caribbean: A Unique Partnership to Collect Data on LGBTI Exclusion
January 2 | By Phil Crehan
December 19 | By Tyler Brent
“If we are to achieve faster global progress towards equality for lesbian, gay, bi, trans, and intersex people, businesses will not only have to meet their human rights responsibilities, they must become active agents of change.” - Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights