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Introducing our new Coaches for the Spring Program 2022

We are excited to announce two coaches, Alyce Schotte and Aish Srinivas, who will be joining us for the ELGP Spring program specifically for young women who identify as LGBTIQ+* to participate (*This means LGBTIQ+ women who identify or may be perceived as women in the workplace. This includes cisgender women, transgender women, and non-binary […]

2022 ELGP Spring Participants revealed

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Why do we need more LGBTIQ+ women on Boards?

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