ProPride – Face The Future With Confidence
Protiviti and the ProPride LGBT Network are proud to be the Headline Sponsors of Pride in the City, a newly launched business-focused initiative to support workplace inclusivity.
As Headline Sponsor, Protiviti is hosting a panellist discussion and drinks reception to recognise several panellists’ personal journeys to becoming confident in their careers. The event will highlight the 2017 Pride in London campaign, “Love Happens Here”, in combination with Protiviti’s mission to help its customers “Face the Future with Confidence”.
All proceeds raised at this event will go to Galop. Galop is the LGBT+ anti-violence charity who support LGBT+ people that have experienced hate crime, sexual violence or domestic abuse, or have had problems with the police or have questions about the criminal justice system. They are a completely independent community-led group, aiming to make life safe, just and fair for LGBT+ people.
Please register your details here to confirm your place. Please note that this is a private event and space is limited.
Along with her role as Director and Head of GM Technology Core Engineering Integration Components, Pips is co-chair of the firm’s LGBT Ally Programme which aims to encourage an inclusive work culture where all are encouraged to bring their whole self to work and to promote authenticity in the workplace regardless of gender identity, gender expression or sexuality.
Pips identifies as gender fluid and has always been open and out both personally and professionally - he/she typically spends half of the week as Phil and the other half as Pippa both at home and at work.
Pips has been happily married for over 22 years and they have been blessed with 2 children who are now 20 and 17, all of whom embrace whatever opportunities possible to help promote the acceptance and celebration of diversity and inclusion in all aspects of life.
Sanisha Wynter is Stonewall’s Alumni Relations Officer.
In her role as Alumni Relations Officer she supports the development of the Stonewall Alumni Programme across England, Scotland, and Wales.
She loves what being herself brings – as a woman, as a black person and as bisexual.
She hopes to be the best visible role model and through her work in the BAME engagement steering group at Stonewall she implements an inclusive strategy to ensure all LGBT are accepted without exception.