Registration & Welcome
Maintaining Momentum with Jacqui Gavin
Keynote features Jacqui Gavin (TLC Lions)
Corporate Purpose: Ticking the Box or Meaningful Advocacy?
Panel discussion features Iain Anderson (Cicero Group), Pedro Pina (Google) and Richard Hurren (Levi Strauss & Co.),
moderated by Dr. Catherine McGregor (Catherine McGregor Research)
Real Talk: LGBTQ+ in Tech
Break-out session features Gary Stewart (Wayra UK), Lauren von Stackelberg (Expedia Group) and Martin Stead (Nutmeg),
moderated by Tracy Doree (Farewill / Entrepreneur First)
Then and Now: Rapid Change in the Workplace
Break-out session features Antonia Belcher (MHBC), David Pearson (KPMG), Laura Holleman (Goldman Sachs) and Teun Hermsen (McKinsey & Company),
moderated by Daniel Winterfeldt (Reed Smith)
The Role of Business in Advancing Equality in the World: Perspectives from a Consulting Firm
Break-out session features Pavlos Papaefstathiou (BCG), Lyle Crawford (BCG), Sam Rensing (BCG) and Freya de Mink (BCG),
moderated by Ashley Dartnell
Maintaining Momentum with Paul Price
Keynote features Paul Price (Topshop/Topman),
moderated by Ioannis Ioannou (London Business School)
McKinsey Women’s Lunch
Driving Change Where Change Isn’t Easy
Panel discussion features Geffrye Parsons (Macquarie Bank Limited), Mike Brigham (British Army) and Tim Franks (KKR),
moderated by Emma Woollcott (Mischcon De Reya)
What's Next for PRIDE?
Panel discussion features Alison Camps (Pride in London), Jan Gooding (Stonewall), Philip Hewson (Transport for London) and Phyll Opoku-Gyimah (UK Black Pride),
moderated by Hugo Greenhalgh (Thomson Reuters)
Tower Suite: Meet employers and professionals at Europe's Leading LGBTQ+ fair.
Drinks @ Plaza Suite, Park Plaza Riverbank London
Dinner @ Bar Elba
Defining an LGBTQ+ Identity in a Global Context
Panel discussion features Dylan Lu (Boston Consulting Group), Ken Janssens (J.P. Morgan), Marianne Roling (Microsoft) and Rupert Abbott (GiveOut),
moderated by Cai Wilshaw (PinkNews)
Maintaining Momentum with Alan Seah & Brunch
Keynote features Alan Seah (Pink Dot)
Introduction by Dean François Ortalo-Magné
The Power of Education in Pushing Forward
Panel discussion features Aharon Cohen (London Business School), Aneeta Rattan (London Business School) and Dennis Layton (Oliver Wyman),
moderated by Aidan Currie (Reaching Out MBA)
The Power of Media in Pushing Forward
Break-out session features Antony Wright (Interpublic Group), David Levine (The Walt Disney Company), Sara Geater (All3Media) and Scott Wimsett (Bespoke Banter),
moderated by Jacquie Lawrence (DIVA Media Group / DIVA Box Office)
Real Talk: How Inclusive Are We?
Break-out session features Alexander Leon (Kaleidoscope Trust), Ambily Banerjee (GSK) and Rob Davey (Clarivate Analytics / Bi Pride UK),
moderated by Polly Shute (Parallel Lifestyle)
Changing Perceptions: HIV After PrEP
Break-out session features Ian Green (Terrence Higgins Trust), Kayden Gray (Impulse London) and Matthew Hodson (NAM aidsmap),
moderated by Dr. Ali Joy (Central London)
Fighting for Progress on Our Doorstep
Panel discussion features Alex Kalomparis (Gilead Sciences), Angelina Ivanova (Subversive Front) and David Kakhaberi (Equality Movement),
moderated by James Longman (ABC News)
BCG Dinner @ Atmosphere 360
"At LBS, we are committed to inclusion. We embrace the many dimensions of the diversity of our community, aspiring to enable every individual to feel welcome and be their best. Through the research of our faculty, and fuelled by the energy of our entire community, we strive to be a thought leader in this arena, amidst a global realisation of the value diversity brings to organisations and society as a whole. LBS is proud to host EUROUT, a flagship event in the pursuit of a more welcoming world for all."
"I was impressed by the way EUROUT has grown in breadth and scale since I last spoke. Congratulations you and team for such a well organised and impactful event!"
"I wanted to say a huge thanks for all your fantastic work in pulling EUROUT together this year. The step up in attendees as well as quality of speakers was really impressive. We were really pleased that it all went so well."
Students & Professionals
If you identify as LGBTQ+ and want to connect with peers, meet employers and grow your network in Europe, this conference is for you! Past partners of EUROUT include Google, The Boston Consulting Group, BNP Paribas, Amazon and many more.
Is your company on the right side of history? Help us develop the LGBTQ+ leaders of tomorrow. There are lots of ways to get involved.