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The future of LGBTQ+ inclusion in the workplace

Over the past decade, corporate America has ramped up diversity and inclusion efforts, but there is still a lot of work to be done, especially with the LGBTQ+ community. Every June, thousands of companies make public gestures, pledges and and sponsorship deals during Pride Month, but not all of those companies are putting in the work to ensure safe spaces for their LGBTQ+ employees. Chris Denson caught up with Reddit’s COO, Jen Wong and Marty Chavez, former Goldman Sachs executive and current vice chairman at Sixth Street, who share their personal employment experiences and thoughts on the future of LGBTQ+ inclusion at work.
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Why we can’t skimp on collaboration if we want to innovate

Mick Ebeling is the founder and CEO of Not Impossible Labs, whose hunger-fighting app, Bento, was a Fast Company World Changing Ideas honoree in 2021. Tiger Tyagarajan is CEO of Genpact, the global services and technology company. Together, the teams are working to enhance the capabilities and nutritional information available on the app. ‘Fast Company’ editor-in-chief Stephanie Mehta sat down with them to discuss the collaboration.

Why we can’t skimp on collaboration if we want to innovate
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How Geena Davis is fighting for better representation of women on-screen

Geena Davis is an Academy Award-winning actor and activist, who has spent the past decade fighting for gender equality in Hollywood. In this episode of ‘Hero’s Journey,’ we learn how Davis got her first big break and went onto land so many iconic roles playing strong female characters throughout her career. She discusses her pioneering work with the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media as well as the Bentonville Film Festival and how she has helped change the statistics around representation in Hollywood.

How Geena Davis is fighting for better representation of women on-screen
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