February 16 | By Tyler Brent
On February 16, the majority of China’s 1.3 billion people marked the beginning of the Chinese New Year. During this time, hundreds of millions returned home to spend time with their families during the largest human migration in the world.
February 12 | By James Gleason
Creating change in a corporate setting takes more than the just knowledge of what needs to happen - it also takes a passion that can be difficult to bring out in team members, C-Level, and C-Suite executives. Luckily, Khaliah Guillory of KOG & Company has more than enough of both to motivate you and your team. Her LGBTBE, KOG & Company, is devoted to helping empower people and elevate their work and personal lives to a higher level.
February 9 | By James Gleason
What could make your Valentine's Day even sweeter? A bit of candy, of course! The Capital Candy Jar has been creating delicious sweet treats in Washington, DC, since 2014, and is the perfect LGBTBE to satisfy your Valentine's Day sweet tooth if you're in the DMV area. The Capital Candy Jar In The Spotlight:
January 19 | By James Gleason
Establishing a clean and safe workspace is the first step to creating an environment where your employees can do their best work. Endia Dickerson and Nastashia Matos started Women Builders Group to provide custom and comprehensive cleaning services, both in commercial spaces and on construction sites, and their clients include dozens of businesses in the DC metro area, including the NGLCC headquarters! Women Builders Group In The Spotlight:
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
November 29 | By Lauren Weiser
The technology industry has seen tremendous growth in the past decade, creating more online and digital platforms that shape an increasingly interconnected world. Many people benefit from this – as both the creators and users of this technology. However, many groups do not get the same experiences from using or creating technology.
November 17 | By James Gleason
How does your business create inclusive environments for transgender or transitioning people? If you're struggling to come up with an answer, you may want to get in touch with Danny Terrero of Think Transition Inc., which helps businesses welcome and support transgender and gender non-conforming employees.
November 13 | By James Gleason
Phyllis Frye has led the way for the transgender movement over the past four decades, earning her the nickname of the "Grandmother" of the transgender movement. Nationally recognized for her work in promoting transgender issues, Phyllis continues her advocacy through her work at Frye, Benavidez and O’Neil, PLLC, and takes exclusively transgender clients, guiding them through the Texas court system to change their names and genders on legal documents. Frye, Benavidez & O'Neil in the Spotlight: