Learn about IBM’s Blue Talent program, which provides development opportunities for women in mid-level positions with the goal of strengthening the company’s pipeline and reducing attrition rates, while developing women’s business and technical skills.
The diverse members of SGLBA represent LGBT individuals across the full spectrum of industries, employment types, and ages, including business professionals, private consultants, retirees, and students, as well as straight allies who support the LGBT business community.
Since 2008, HP has offered reciprocal mentoring to LGBT employees, allies, and executives, both to develop a partnership between LGBT employees and leaders, and to build an inclusive environment for all HP employees.
Associação Brasileira de Turismo (ABRAT) para Gays, Lésbicas e Simpatizantes, or the Brazilian Association of Tourism for Gays, Lesbians, and Allies, believes that through the promotion of commercial exchanges, tourism, and leisure for the LGBT community, it can deepen social inclusion and fight prejudice and discrimination.
Texas Instruments (TI) recognizes that supporting education is critical to its success, and to that of its communities, today and for the future. Read about how TI has worked to build the pipeline of students succeeding in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
Learn about Fruits in Suits (FinS), an informal professional network for LGBT individuals with the goal of bettering the lives of Hong Kong’s LGBT community by combining and leveraging the power, intellect, experience, and knowledge of its membership and partners.
The “Women in Financial Markets Scholarship Program,” which is unique to financial markets, targets competitive, innovative, and ambitious women with solid analytical skills who are enrolling in a full-time post-graduate program in any field related to finance.