The OUTstanding LGBT+ Role Models 2019

The OUTstanding LGBT+ Role Model Lists are a powerful reflection of the incredible achievements of LGBT+ people and Allies in the business community.

There are four categories for which you can nominate inspirational LGBT+ and Ally role models:

  1. 100 LGBT+ Executives
    The LGBT+ Executives category will recognise 100 senior role models who are helping to make the workplace a more welcoming place. Nominees for this category will be successful senior LGBT+ executives working one to three levels from the chief executive.
  2. 50 Ally Executives
    The Ally Executives category acknowledges the contribution of 50 senior executives who are outspoken and unwavering in their support for LGBT+ people in the workplace. As with the Leading LGBT+ Executives category, nominees will work at the highest levels of an organisation.
  3. 50 LGBT+ Future Leaders
    In this category, we will present 50 inspirational LGBT+ Future Leaders. Role models work at all levels of an organisation and the LGBT+ Future Leaders category recognises those making a significant contribution to LGBT+ inclusion wherever they work within the company.
  4. 30 LGBT+ Public Sector Executives
    In this category, we will present 30 inspirational LGBT+ Senior Leaders from the Public and Third Sectors, who are helping to make their workplace more welcoming, and who are making a significant contribution to LGBT+ inclusion outside of their workplace. As with the first two categories, nominees will work at the highest levels of their organisation.

To nominate someone else for the OUTstanding Role Model Lists 2019, click HERE. You’ll be asked to fill in some important details about the person you’re nominating, then they will be informed and asked to submit relevant information for judging.

If you have been nominated or would like to put yourself forward as a Role Model, click HERE to provide the information we need for judging.

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