THE LIST 2016
THE LIST 2018
THE LIST 2020
THE LIST THAT CELEBRATES THE PEOPLE WHO WORK TIRELESSLY TO ENSURE THAT DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION ARE AT THE VERY HEART OF EVERYTHING THEY DO.
The Athletics Pride Network was launched in April 2020 as the first sports network dedicated to supporting LGBT+ athletes across the UK.
Disney PRIDE is The Walt Disney Company’s resource group for LGBTQ+ and ally employees, fostering a culture of authenticity and inclusivity across the enterprise.
TSB’s D&I Network looks to offer support to LGBT+ members of TSB with mentoring, clear messages of support, and activities to foster inclusivity across the year.
GLOW is Oliver Wyman’s network for LGBTQ+ colleagues, having launched an LGBTQ+ mentoring programme, employee training, and meet-and-greets.
JP Morgan’s transgender resource group has provided the company with training led by transgender employees and championing diverse hiring practices.
The LGBT + Friends Network works to connect and support LGBT+ employees at Vodafone by providing advice and guidance to make a positive impact on the workplace.
Run by and for employees, Pride at JTI has introduced initiatives based on raising awareness, peer-to-peer support, and business accountability.
Slaughter and May
Launched in 2009, PRISM aims to connect and support members of Slaughter and May’s LGBT+ community through Pride initiatives, talks, and events.
With over 330 members and 10 active chapters globally, Intuit’s Pride Network connects LGBTQ+ employees, driving education, awareness, fundraising, and hosting Pride events.
Proud has driven Kearney to become an ever more inclusive space. The network focuses on LGBTQ+ visibility, ally engagement, intersectionality, and recruiting.