Wells Fargo: How a Brand Stays Authentic to Its Diversity Values

By John Lake — Every day, Wells Fargo works with millions of customers who reflect diverse cultures and backgrounds, and we are proud to share this experience broadly. Learning Sign Language is one of four television commercials developed as part of our 2015 Brand campaign: Working together to make a difference. Through this campaign we […]


4 steps to building your personal brand as an LGBTA professional

By Alli Holt — As a talent solutions consultant on the nonprofit team at LinkedIn, I have the absolute pleasure of speaking with nonprofit professionals every day. My job involves learning more about nonprofit organizations and their missions, as well as the exciting ways they are bettering our world and how they plan to continue doing […]


Transparent Actor on the Importance of Stories and Inclusive Workplaces

At the 2015 Out & Equal annual Momentum gala and leadership celebration, actor Amy Landecker accepted the Momentum Leadership Award on behalf of the award-winning television show in which she stars, Transparent. Transparent is both a ground-breaking television show telling the story of a transitioning woman and her family, and also a workplace, one that values diversity […]


State of the LGBT Movement – The Challenge of Religious Exemption

By Tim Sweeney — At the 2015 Out & Equal Executive Forum, Tim Sweeney, former president and CEO of the Gill Foundation and a key playing in the LGBT equality movement since 1977, shared an exclusive address on the State of the LGBT Movement to 50 emerging and senior LGBT executives.  This is the final post in […]


State of the LGBT Movement – Our Challenges

By Tim Sweeney — At the 2015 Out & Equal Executive Forum, Tim Sweeney, former president and CEO of the Gill Foundation and a key playing in the LGBT equality movement since 1977, shared an exclusive address on the State of the LGBT Movement to 50 emerging and senior LGBT executives.  This is the second in […]