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2011
Out & Equal Workplace Summit

TRIP REPORT SUMMARY


The purpose of this presentation is to provide you with an outline for
constructing a report that you can use for informing your management team
about the benefits and experiences of the
2011
Out & Equal Workplace
Summit. It contains metrics about Summit participants and information
about speakers and content.


The outline also suggests areas of participation that you might want to
highlight, where applicable. You should feel free to use and adapt this report
as needed for your organization.

Out & Equal Workplace Advocates
is a national, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization headquartered in
San Francisco, Calif. Out & Equal champions safe and equitable workplaces for lesbian, gay,
bisexual, and transgender people. The organization advocates building and strengthening successful
organizations that value all employees, customers and communities. For additional information, visit
www.OutandEqual.org.


Mission Statement

Out & Equal Workplace Advocates educates and empowers organizations, human resources
professionals, employee resource groups and individual employees through programs and services
that result in equitable policies, opportunities, practices, and benefits in the workplace regardless of
sexual orientation, gender identity, expression, or characteristics.



Workplace Summit

The purpose of the Summit is to bring together LGBT employees, allies, human resources and
diversity professionals, employee resource group leaders, executives and organizational leaders, and
others who are working toward creating safe and equitable work environments for all.

Total Attendance at the
Summit: 2623

Gender Identity

Female: 40%

Male: 58%

Transgender: 2%

Intersex:
<1%

Sexual
Orientation

Gay: 53%

Lesbian: 23%

Bisexual: 3%

Queer: 1%

Straight/Heterosexual: 20%

Asexual: <1%


States Represented:
42 and Washington D.C.


Countries Represented:
23

Ethnicity

Black/African American: 7%

Native American, American Indian, First Nation: 1%

Asian American/Pacific Islander: 4%

Latino/Latina, Hispanic: 7%

Multiethnic: 1%

White: 80%

Age

18
-
25:

3%

46
-
55: 29%

26
-
35:

28%

56
-
65: 7%

36
-
45:

33%

66 and over:
<1%

Annual Income

Greater than 200K: 12%

150
-
199K: 10%

100
-
149K: 30%

65
-
99K: 31%

Less than 64K: 17%

Companies with the Largest Summit Attendee Presence:


1. Wells Fargo
-

139

2. Ernst & Young
-

91

3. Deloitte
-

86

4. Accenture
-

86

5. Northrop Grumman
-

68

6. KPMG
-

59

7. Bank of America
-

58

8. Raytheon
-

53

9. IBM
-

53



Industry


Advertising/Marketing: 52

Aerospace/Defense: 121

Banking/Financial Services: 437

Chemicals/Biotechnology: 89

Consulting: 160

Energy/Oil/Gas: 64

Engineering/Construction: 39

Food/Beverage/Grocery: 123

Government: 84

Non
-
Profit: 121

Retail/Consumer Products: 128

Other: 574

The Summit provided a number of benefits for

[your
company]
employees, including:


Visibility

for
[your company]

to other leading corporations

including key
business partners

and their LGBT employees


An opportunity to showcase our
commitment to and leadership in LGBT inclusion
as an employer and service and/or products provider of choice


A variety of
learning and professional development experiences
to advance
diversity inclusion and employee leadership skills

The Summit’s three plenary sessions featured
four
keynote speakers, whose
discussions were complemented by a panel of executives taking on the latest
workplace issues and trends.


On
Friday, October 28, 2011,
6 full
-
day leadership seminars provided a more
intense learning opportunity for participants.


Additionally, industry leaders and experts offered information on priority topics
during the
20
featured sessions, spread over the 4
-
day conference.


Our company/organization was represented during these programs by…
[highlight if you or a colleague was featured on stage, on a featured panel or
facilitating a seminar. Similarly, note here if your organization sponsored a
plenary session or featured panel.]


Each of
the over 150 workshops
offered insights into lesbian, gay,
bisexual, transgender and ally issues in today’s ever
-
changing workplace
environment.


Workshops were designated as introductory, intermediate, or advanced
and were targeted toward HR/Diversity professionals,
Executives/Management, ERG leadership, or the general audience.


[Representatives from our company/organization attended XX different
workshops on topics ranging from ABCDEF to UVWXYZ.]

The Summit is also the venue for the prominent
Out & Equal Workplace Awards,

known as “the Outies,” recognizing individuals and organizations that are leaders in
advancing equality for LGBT employees in America's workplaces.

The
2011
Outie Award Winners


Trailblazer:
Claudia Woody (IBM)

Champion
:
Dr. Sophie
Vandebroek

(Xerox)

LGBT ERG
of the
Year:
Bank of America

Significant Achievement
:
Google

Workplace Excellence
:
Accenture

Regional Affiliate of the Year:
Out & Equal Houston

Selisse Berry Leadership Award:
Brian
McNaught

2011 Out & Equal
Workplace Summit


Programming Highlights

Sander van ‘t
Noordende

is
group chief
executive of Accenture’s
Management Consulting Growth
Platform,
with responsibility
for
the
company’s capabilities and
services across
seven service lines.
Additionally, Mr
. van ’t
Noordende

is responsible for
several company
-
wide
initiatives, including
Analytics, Sustainability
Services, and Business
Process Management
. He is a member of
Accenture’s Global
Management
Committee. Joining
Accenture in 1987, Mr. van ‘t
Noordende

became
a
partner in 1999. From
September 2006
until being appointed to his
current
role in
March 2011, Mr. van ‘t
Noordende

was
group chief
executive of Accenture’s
Resources operating
group, which serves clients
in
the utilities
, chemicals, energy (oil and gas),
forest products
, and metals
and mining
industries. Previously
, he led Accenture’s
Resources operating
group in Southern Europe,
Africa, the
Middle East and Latin
America. Mr
.
van ‘t
Noordende

holds a degree
in industrial
engineering from the
Eindhoven University
of Technology in The
Netherlands, with
a specialty in
finance and marketing.

Sander
van’t

Noordende

Group Chief Executive, Accenture

Kathleen Martinez
was nominated
by
President Barack
Obama to be
the third
Assistant
Secretary for
Disability
Employment Policy
and was
confirmed by
the U.S. Senate on

June 25, 2009. As
head of
the U.S. Department
of Labor’s
Office of Disability
Employment
Policy (ODEP
), Ms. Martinez advises the
Secretary of
Labor and works
with all
DOL agencies to
lead a comprehensive and
coordinated national
policy
regarding the employment
of people
with disabilities. Blind since birth,
Ms. Martinez
comes to ODEP with
a background as
an internationally recognized
disability rights
leader specializing in employment,
asset building, independent
living,
international
development
, diversity and gender issues.


Over
the years, Ms. Martinez has
been appointed
to a number of councils
and
committees
. In 2002, she was appointed
by President
Bush as one of 15 members of
the National
Council on Disability, and in
2005, Secretary
of State Condoleezza Rice
appointed her
as one of eight public members of the
State Department
advisory
committee on
disability and
foreign policy. That same year, she
was appointed
Executive Director of the
World Institute
on Disability (WID). In 2007, she
was
appointed
a member of the board of the
U.S. Institute
of Peace, a
Congressionally
-
created agency
dedicated to research and projects
in conflict
management.

Kathleen Martinez


Assistant Secretary for Disability Employment Policy

Andy Cohen is
Bravo’s Senior Vice President of
Original Programming and Development, responsible
for
overseeing the
network’s
current development
and production
slate
of over
two dozen
shows,
including
Top Chef, The Real Housewives
of Orange
County, New York City, Atlanta and
New Jersey
, Kathy
Griffin My Life On the D List,
The Millionaire
Matchmaker, The Rachel Zoe
Project, and
Flipping
Out. In addition, Cohen is the
host of
Watch What
Happens: Live, Bravo’s late
night, interactive
, weekly
talk show that
features guests
from the world of
entertainment,
politics and
pop culture.

Andy Cohen

Meredith Baxter is an actress, writer, mother of
five. She has starred in four series, including the
long
-
running Family Ties, and made over fifty
movies for television. Her New York Times
Bestselling book UNTIED, a Memoir of Fame,
Family and Floundering was published in March,
2011. Baxter is a speaker on issues as divergent
as alcohol abuse, domestic abuse, breast cancer
and general life issues. She lives in Santa
Monica, California with her partner.

Meredith Baxter

Born in North Africa, Paul worked with the Peace Corps
in Tunisia early in his career. He has been with Dell for
more than 14 years, and currently serves as president of
the Public and Large Enterprise business units. His
leadership role at Dell is complemented by his broad
international experience and long
-
standing personal
passion for public service. Paul is currently the chairman
of the Global Giving Council at Dell, an organization that
seeks out and supports philanthropic programs
including Dell Youth Connect, which helps connect
children to the digital world. In this role, he leads the
team that helps government, education, health care
organizations and corporate IT users make full use of
information technology to achieve their goals.

Paul Bell
President of the Public& Large Enterprise Business Unit, Dell

LZ
Granderson

has been named Journalist of the Year by
the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association. He
writes a weekly column for CNN.com, appears weekly
on CNN Newsroom(Tuesdays, 9:40 am ET),has a CNN
video blog and podcast and appears frequently on CNN
Newsroom, American Morning with Ali
Velshi
,
Newsroom with Don Lemon, Anderson Cooper 360, and
on HLN. He’s also appeared on ABC’s GMA and is also a
senior writer and columnist for ESPN The Magazine
andESPN.com, and has contributed to ESPN’s Sports
Center, Outside the Lines and First Take. He is a2011 and
2010 nominee and the 2009 winner of the Gay and
Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation award for online
journalism.

LZ
Granderson

Rick Welts served as president of the Phoenix Suns
organization for nine seasons, three as the club’s chief
executive officer. On May 16, 2011, in a front
-
page story
in the
New York Times
, Welts publicly acknowledged
that he is gay, becoming the first senior executive of a
men’s professional team sports organization to do so.
Welts previously served successful stints in professional
basketball with the NBA league office and the Seattle
Super Sonics. He was also responsible for the 1992
Olympics “Dream Team” marketing program as the
agent for USA Basketball. In 1998,
Brandweek

magazine
named Welts “Marketer of the Year” for his role in
creating and launching the WNBA. It was an honor he
shared with former WNBA President Val Ackerman.

Rick Welts

Donna
Brazile

is a vice chair of the Democratic National Committee
and recently served as the interim chair of the DNC during its 2011
leadership transition. A weekly commentator on CNN, she also
regularly appears on ABC, PBS, and NPR. Her writings include the
New York Times bestselling book
Cooking with Grease: Stirring

the Pots in American Politics
, a nationally syndicated column, and
contributions to Roll Call, O Magazine, The New York Times, and
Ms. Magazine. She has served as an adjunct professor at
Georgetown University for nearly a decade. In 2000,
Brazile

became the first African American to run a major presidential
campaign. In 2009, O, The Oprah Magazine chose
Brazile

as one of
its 20 “remarkable visionaries,” and she has received the
Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s highest award for
political achievement.

Donna
Brazile
,
Veteran political strategist

Myron E. (Mike)
Ullman
, III has served as chairman of the board and
chief executive officer of J.C. Penney Company, Inc. since 2004. He
was
directeur

general, group managing director of LVMH
Möet

Hennessy Louis
Vuitton

from 1999 to 2002. Mike previously served
as group chairman and chief executive officer of DFS Group Limited
(1995
-
1999) and as chairman and chief executive officer of R.H.
Macy & Co., Inc. (1992
-
1995). He was appointed a White House
Fellow by President Ronald Reagan from 1981 to 1982. Mike serves
on the boards of Starbucks Coffee Company and the Federal Reserve
Bank of Dallas. He also serves on the Retail Industry Leaders
Association Board of Directors; is chairman of the board of Mercy
Ships International, a global medical and human services charity; and
is on the board of FIRST, a charity that sponsors robotics
competitions designed to motivate youth to pursue education and
careers in science and technology.


Mike
Ullman
,
Chairman and CEO,
JCPenney

Selisse

Berry is founding executive director of Out & Equal Workplace
Advocates, the world’s largest nonprofit organization specifically
dedicated to creating safe and equitable workplaces for lesbian, gay,
bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people.


Under her leadership, the
organization has grown significantly with dramatic increases in
attendance for the annual Workplace Summit since 1999, the
expansion of volunteer regional affiliates across the United States, and
many global initiatives.


With her guidance, Out & Equal has also
created numerous programs to advance its mission, including the
annual Out & Equal Workplace Summit, the LGBT Executive Forum and
Leadership Celebration, bimonthly Town Call seminars, the world’s
largest registry of LGBT Employee Resource Groups, LGBT
CareerLink

online jobs board and substantial programming in the growing
network of regional affiliates and global partnerships.


Selisse

Berry,
Out & Equal Founding Executive Director

Wes Bush is chairman, chief executive officer and president of
Northrop Grumman Corporation, a leader in global security. Bush
assumed the role of chairman in July 2011. He was named chief
executive officer and president in January 2010, and elected to the
company’s Board of Directors in 2009. Bush previously served as the
president and chief operating officer of the company. Before that, he
served as the corporate vice president and chief financial officer, and,
earlier, as the president of the company’s Space Technology sector.
Prior to the acquisition of TRW by Northrop Grumman, he had served
since 2001 as president and chief executive officer for TRW’s UK
-
based
global Aeronautical Systems.

Wes Bush,
CEO and President, Northrop Grumman

District 9 representative Joel Burns seeks to help steer his
native
Cowtown

through the challenges that come from rapid
growth, continuing to meet changing needs in the nation’s 17th
largest city. Burns took his seat on the Council dais in January
2008, following a run
-
off election in December 2007, but he is
no stranger to city government. Burns has previously served on
the Zoning Commission, the Tarrant Housing Partnership and
the Historic Fort Worth board, and chaired the Historical and
Cultural Landmarks Commission. Additionally, he has taken a
leadership role in neighborhood and professional
organizations.



Joel Burns,
Ft. Worth City Councilman

Wilson Cruz attended California State University at San
Bernardino, where he pursued a double major in theater and
English before he joined the cast of
My So
-
Called Life
. The role
of Rickie Vasquez was his first as a series regular. Cruz’s other
acting credits include the films
Joyride
,
All Over Me,
Supernova, Party Monster, Margaret Cho’s Bam
Bam

&
Celeste
and
He’s Just Not That Into You
. While playing
numerous roles on television, film, and the stage, Cruz
devotes more and more of his time to LGBT youth. In 2005 he
was the Grand Marshall of the Chicago Pride Parade, and in
2008 he was the keynote speaker at the University of Illinois
at Chicago’s Lavender Graduation and Rainbow Banquet
honoring graduating LGBT students.






Wilson Cruz

Margaret Cho has been performing on stage and in film since
1999. In 2000, Margaret received GLAAD’s first
-
ever Golden
Gate Award


honoring her as “an entertainment pioneer who
has made a significant difference in promoting equal rights for
all, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity."
Margaret's performances include:
I’m The One That I Want,
Notorious C.H.O, Revolution, Assassin
, the VH1 series,
The Cho
Show, and Beautiful
. In 2009, she nabbed a starring role in the
Lifetime comedy/drama series
Drop Dead Diva
. In June 2011,
Margaret was honored by LA Pride, receiving a Lifetime
Achievement Award. This award recognizes an individual
whose lifetime body of work has left a lasting major imprint
on the LGBT community.





Margaret Cho

Intersections of Ability, Orientation and Identity

Sponsored by Accenture

Moderator:
Nadine Vogel

Organizer:
Springboard Consulting


Panelists Include:
Geri Jewell, Marc Goldman

Explore the shared issues and unique perspectives of being differently abled and
identifying

a
s lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender in the workplace. Nadine Vogel, a leading expert and

advocate
for mainstreaming disability in the global workforce moderates a distinguished panel

for this important conversation.

Nadine Vogel Geri Jewell Marc Goldman

Inside LGBT: Being a Trans Community Ally

Sponsored by Intuit


Lori Fox Heidi Bruins Green Louise Young Brian
McNaught

John
Mastrorilli

Moderator:
Lori Fox

Organizer:
Springboard Consulting

Panelists Include:
Heidi Bruins Green, Louise Young, Brian
McNaught
, John
Mastrorilli

Many people who identify as lesbian, gay or bisexual have
little experience
with
members
of the
transgender community. That lack of experience often translates
into misunderstanding
and exclusive
behaviors within the LGBT community. Listen to
lesbian, gay and bisexual allies of
the trans
community share their perspectives


and learn some tools for creating trans
-
inclusive
spaces.

Multiple Identities: Engaging LGBT Employees from Communities of Color

Sponsored by Citi

Moderator:
Robby Gregg
Organizer:
Out & Equal People of Color Advisory Committee

Panelists Include:
Gemma Burns (Chevron), Anton Mack (Paul Hastings LLP),

Keith Smith (Chubb)

A panel of executives discuss the recent Black Enterprise
Magazine article
on being
black and out in the workplace,
followed by a panel who responds
with their
stories of
managing multiple identities and successful
careers.

Robby Gregg

The Importance of Diversity and Driving Innovation


Sponsored by Corning

Moderator:
Dr. Joe
Miller


Panelists Include
:
Dr. Sophie
Vandebroek
, Scott Beth, Elena Labrador

Hear a panel of senior executives from leading companies that
rely on innovation for success share their perspectives on why
diversity is a critical business requirement, responding to opening
comments by Corning Chief Technology Officer, Dr. Joe Miller.

Dr. Joe Miller

We
Count


Determining the Size of the LGBT Community and Why It’s
Important

Sponsored
by
Genentech


Moderator:
Bob
Witeck

Organizer:
Witeck
-
Combs Communications,
Inc.


Panelists Include
:
Gary Gates, Brian McNaught, Masen Davis

An analysis by Dr. Gary Gates on the number of lesbian, gay,
bisexual and transgender people in the United States generated
news stories and some controversy
.
Join a panel discussion that
talks about how we count our community
-

what the numbers
mean and why they matter.

Bob
Witeck


Workplace Bullying and LGBT
Employees

Sponsored by Morgan Stanley

Presenter:
Dr. David
Hall

Panelists Include:
Tammie Lynn, Elena Labrador

Dr. David Hall, author of Allies at Work, explores the
phenomenon of workplace bullying and the specific impact on
LGBT employees, with examples and perspectives provided by
a panel of corporate employees.

Dr. David Hall

Bisexuality in Our Cultures and Our Lives: A Panel of Experts

Moderator:
Robyn
Ochs

Panelists Include:
Heidi Bruins Green, Brent Chamberlain, Denise Penn,

Ellyn Ruthstrom, Marie Hartung, Jamison Green

This panel builds on a popular session in 2010 which showcased
luminaries of the bisexual community and bisexual scholarship.
Panelists will discuss the state of the bisexual movement and the
influences on it from the workplace and popular culture. We will also
discuss the company policies and programs that signal a bi
-
welcoming
organization, as well as the concerns that bisexuals and the bisexual
community bring to the conversation on LGBT issues. Topics such as the
differences and similarities between LG people and B people, what
trans people and bi people have in common, bisexuality vs. mono
-
sexuality, and the growing visibility of bisexuality in the media. That’s
just a hint about the level of conversation in this session.

Robyn Ochs

Employee, Parent, LGBT:

The
Fun and Challenges of Being a LGBT Parent at Work

Sponsored by Wells Fargo

Moderator:
Janet
Wigfield

Organizer:
Working Mother Media

Panelists Include:
Richard
Linebaugh
, Bank of America; Michael Nutt, Morgan Stanley;
representatives from Marsh McLennan Companies and Blue Cross Shield of Florida

Janet
Wigfield

of
Working Mother Media
leads a panel of
executives in a discussion that explores the experiences of
LGBT employees whose lives include the joys and challenges
of parenthood.

Janet
Wigfield

Finally Out at Work


Serving Openly in the Military

Moderator:
Gautam

Raghavan

Organizer:
OutServe

Panelists Include:
Victor
Fehrenbach
, Zoe Dunning, Jonathan Hopkins

Deputy White House Liaison for the Department of Defense
Gautum

Raghavan

will moderate a panel discussion on being
LGBT in the military. The panel will include perspectives of
those who served valiantly before and after the
implementation of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (DADT), the struggle
to be able to serve openly in the military, and the work yet to
be done following DADT’s repeal.

Gautam

Raghavan


Bigger, Bolder, Better:

Leveraging
Corporate Marketing for LGBT Social Good

Moderator:
Steve
Salee
Organizer:
GLSEN

Panelists Include:
Tony Tenicela, Mark Ng, Eliza Byard

A Business of Change™ Program GLSEN, the Gay, Lesbian & Straight
Education Network, has successfully launched several corporate partnership
programs that are considered best
-
practice case studies of what can happen
when organizations share concern and values. The Ad Council and Arnold
Worldwide worked with GLSEN to create a public education campaign that
uses television, print and web
-
based PSAs to change perceptions and
behaviors; IBM is using adapted materials in its global centennial celebration
that teach respect. Wells Fargo is in a multi
-
year partnership with GLSEN to
promote safety in schools. The discussion will illustrate how big and creative
corporate partnerships can become.

Steve Salee

LGBT
ERG of the Year Finalists: Employees Making a Difference

Sponsored by
The Advocate

Moderator:
Robby Gregg
Organizer:
Out & Equal People of Color Advisory Committee

Panelists Include:
Richard
Linebaugh
, Michael Nutt, Morgan Stanley, a representative from
Marsh McLennan Companies, Bank of America, Blue Cross Shield of Florida

Employee resource groups provide incredible value to their
members, their employers, and the community at large. That
is certainly the case for this year’s Out & Equal LGBT Employee
Resource Group of the Year Finalists. Representatives from
each of the companies will share the accomplishments that
helped them stand out as role models of success.

Robby Gregg

Our Global Series, sponsored by IBM:


Crossing the Border: What U.S. Employers can Learn from the Canadian Experience


The State of the LGBT Workplace in Europe


Refuge, Asylum, and Migration: Issues Facing LGBT Refugees


The State of the LGBT Workplace in the Philippines


The State of the LGBT Workplace in Australia


How Globalization Can Support Diversity Development and the Power of Impact
Investment in Developing Markets



Workshops total
:

The Summit included 163 workshops, including 5 films, 5 global
series, and 11 featured panels.



Leadership Seminars:
5 Leadership Seminars were held on Friday



Presenters
: There were a total of 273 presenters at this year’s

Out & Equal Workplace Summit



Join us for these great 2012 Out & Equal events


Executive Forum

San Francisco / March 12


14, 2012


2012 Global LGBT Workplace Summit

World Pride in London / July 4


6, 2012


2012 Out & Equal Workplace Summit

Baltimore / October 30


November 2, 2012



www.OutandEqual.org





London | July 4
-
6, 2012