Nasdaq to Host Second Annual LGBT Leadership Conference
Nasdaq will host its Second Annual LGBT Leadership conference in celebration of Pride Month. The full day program will feature discussions highlighting authenticity and intersectionality in the workplace, LGBT leadership, and the state of HIV. The list of speakers include:
Bruce Aust, Vice Chairman, Nasdaq Matine Rothblatt, CEO, United Therapeutics Ben Brooks, CEO, Pilot Herb Engert, Managing Partner, EY Todd Sears, CEO, Out Leadership Jim Fitterling, CEO, Dow Kelsey Louie, CEO, GMHC Meg Tirrell, Biotech & Pharma Reporter, CNBC Jennifer Creegan, General Manager of Advertising, Microsoft Amol Sarva, Co-Founder & CEO, Knotel Orlando Reece, CEO, Pride Media Guy Griggs, Executive Advertising Director, New York Times Zach Stafford, Editor-in-Chief, The Advocate
- Nico Tortorella, Actor, Younger
Jodie Patterson, Board Director, Human Rights Campaign Lauren Lubin, Executive Producer, 'We Exist'
- Tiq Milan, Activist & Media Consultant, GLAAD
This event is sponsored by Nasdaq's The OPEN (Out Proud Employees of Nasdaq) which represents the LGBT+ employees, their families and allies.
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