Everyone deserves a fearless start to their career.
Out for Australia would like to welcome you to the event ‘Coming Out and Staying Out: A Fearless Start to Your Career’ in partnership with Herbert Smith Freehills.
This event will uncover the unique challenges faced by LGBTQI+ individuals in their early careers, particularly focusing on the complexities of coming out and staying out in the workplace.
It will explore the experiences of various panel speakers who will share their journeys of coming out in the workplace and how this has helped them thrive in their careers.
This event will assist LGBTQI+ people in their early careers with navigating the complexities of bringing their whole selves to work and will be an opportunity for employers to understand how to better support them.
Drinks and canapes will be provided and there will be opportunities to network with a diverse group of LGBTQI+ professionals and allies.
Accessibility: Wheelchair access and gender-neutral bathrooms will be available.
Dress: Anything you feel comfortable in
For any questions, regarding the event, please contact our NSW team at email@example.com
The Panelists who are very eager to share their experiences include:
– Danielle Eliatamby – Danielle is a lawyer in the corporate group at Herbert Smith Freehills and first joined the law firm as a part of their graduate program
– Amanda Cameron – OFA volunteer, recent graduate of AMP Capital’s Real Estate Graduate program and now Operations Administration Manager. Prior to joining the program, Amanda worked in operations in the food manufacturing and distributing industry
– Carlos Farias – Carlos is an experienced broadcast media industry specialist and currently leads Market Development for Telstra Broadcast Services, as well as a council member for Telstra Spectrum. Originally from the United States, Carlos has a Bachelor of Arts in Multimedia. He brings his interests in technology, media and LGBT inclusion across the two.
Thu., 22 August, 6pm-8:30pm
Herbert Smith Freehills, Level 33, 161 Castlereagh Street, Sydney