Bank of America

Talks the Talk & Walks the Walk

Bank of America will increase LGBT spend by focusing more on ways to support local nglcc chapters.  We are proud to have them kick this off with nglccNY and while entering our 2018/10th Anniversary period.
Join us and your host, Josh E. Lemke, Bank of America's SVP, Procurement Executive, Supplier Diversity & Development, on January 19 at their One Bryant Park New York headquarters.


Certified Superstar Gets Prize

Host Theresa Harrison, EY's Director, Diversity & Inclusiveness Procurement, graciously closed 2017 with the last Certified Superstar of the year. Four LGBTBE mock pitches, 10 minutes each, one winner... and one unexpected surprise prize - with more to come in 2018
See who won and learn about the participants personal experiences.

Non-Profit Spotlight

Bailey House

Bailey House was created to help homeless men affected by HIV/AIDS. The organization which started to help a few has expanded since 1983 to help men, women and children. Today Bailey House serves approximately 2000 individuals living with HIV/AIDS and other chronic illnesses. The services provided by Bailey House address survival issues and challenges facing the clients they serve; not limited to but including homelessness, poverty, hunger, substance abuse and mental health issues to name a few.

Woman Spotlight

Connie Grazia

Connie Grazia is a principal of Red Thread, as well as an award-winning executive producer/director. Leading from the Top is a priority for Connie Grazia and her co-founder, Nadine Licostie. Their leadership has driven Red Thread to make its mark in the world of TV & Film production for over 20 years.

Global LGBTI Business Week

Understanding LGBTI Exclusion

In Mexico, Amnesty International documents the story of a gay Honduran asylum-seeker forced to flee his country due to attacks that nearly took his life. Throughout Central America, the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) shows that the average age of a transgender woman is 35 years old due to rampant violence. In Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Honduras, and Mexico, OutRight Action International finds pervasive stigma against lesbian and bisexual women in the hiring process.

NGLCC Leads in LGBTQ Leaders List

BEQ Magazine

Have you read the latest issue of Business Equality Magazine? You might see more than a few familiar faces! Our NGLCC family is well represented in the magazine's '40 LGBTQ Leaders Under 40' list, with nearly half of the honorees being affiliated with NGLCC. Congratulations!
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