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From Understanding to Action.

Building a community of global change agents.

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Agenda

Registration & Welcome

Hilton London Tower Bridge, Tower Foyer (1st floor)

Time
10:00 am
10:30 am

Ali Berryman

Global Head of Fraud Operations
Barclays

Opening Keynote: Alison Berryman (Barclays)

Keynote by Alison Berryman, Global Head of Fraud Operations, Barclays

Time
10:30 am
11:15 am

Ensuring an Inclusive Workplace (and not just checking the box)

Panel: Ensuring an Inclusive Workplace (and not just checking the box)

Panel with Beth Clutterbuck (Deliveroo), Patrick Stal (Uber), Jon Terry (PwC), Karina Govindji (Vodafone) and Tim Lum (Virgin Atlantic)

Time
11:15 am
12:00 am

McKinsey Women’s Lunch

Room 5/6

Time
12:30 pm
1:30 pm

Buffet Lunch

Tower Foyer

Time
12:30 pm
1:30 pm

Inga Beale

Chief Executive Officer
Lloyd's

Busting Corporate Social Responsibility & Driving Genuine Change

Keynote by Inga Beale (Former Lloyd's of London)

Time
1:30 pm
2:00 pm

Breakout Sessions

1. LBWomen Presents: The Future of Networking. Breakout session with Pippa Dale (BNP Paribas), Hayley Sudbury (WERKIN), Pema Radha (EY) and Samara Ballen (Samplings)

2. “Presenting” At Work: How Out Should I Be? Breakout session with Tom Hewitson (labworks.io), Kelly Ellis (GSK), Olivia Carlton (former TfL) and Aidan Currie (Reaching Out MBA)

3, Harnessing Data and AI for Inclusion Breakout session with Jonathan Kewley (Clifford Chance), Mark Gaylard (Accenture), Maria Zverina (Facebook) and Sadiq Gillani (Stanford University)

Time
2:00 pm
2:45 pm

Laura Holleman

General Counsel, Investment Banking Division
Goldman Sachs

Creating Positive Change, From Outside and Within

Panel with Helena Dalli (Malta Ministry of European Affairs and Equality), Baroness Elizabeth Barker (UK Parliament), Deborah Sherry (GE Digital), Laura Holleman (Goldman Sachs) and Aritha Wickramasinghe (iProbono)

Time
2:50 pm
3:50 pm

Closing Remarks

By François Ortalo-Magné, Dean (London Business School)

Time
3:50 pm
4:00 pm

Speed Networking: Connect with conference attendees

Room allocation at registration

Time
4:00 pm
4:30 pm

Career Fair

Tower Suite: Meet employers and professionals at Europe's Leading LGBTQ+ fair.

Time
4:30 pm
7:00 pm

Networking reception

Time
7:00 pm
8:00 pm

Dinner

Balls Brothers Hay’s Galleria, SE1 2HD

Time
8:00 pm
10:00 pm

After Party

Village Soho, W1D 6QD

Time
10:30 pm
1:00 am

Registration, Coffee & Networking

Time
9:30 am
till
10:00 am

Hilton London Tower Bridge

Building Bridges in Unlikely Places

Time
10:00 am
till
10:30 am

Keynote by Tiernan Brady (Equal Future), moderated by Hugo Greenhalgh (Openly, Thomson Reuters Foundation)

Panel: Becoming a Change Agent: At Home, Work & Abroad

Time
10:45 am
till
11:45 am

Panel with Rosanna Flamer-Caldera (EQUAL GROUND), Frank Mugisha (Sexual Minorities Uganda), Jason Jones (Trinidad & Tobago), Rupert Abbott (GiveOut) and Paul Dillane (Kaleidoscope Trust)

Coffee & Networking

Time
11:45 am
till
12:15 am

Tower Foyer

Breakout Sessions

Time
12:15 pm
till
1:00 pm

1. Series Q Presents: LGBT Entrepreneurship - Breakout session with Oliver Beach (Flatiron School), Luciana Carvalho Se (Beyond Digital & Unfold Inclusion), Steve Wardlaw (Emerald Life) and Barry Whyte (Series Q)

2. The Power of Allies in 2018 - Breakout session with Vanessa Arelle (TabooZapp), Leng Montgomery (Sainsbury’s), and Thomas Delano (BCG)

Clifford Chance Beyond Binary Lunch

Time
1:00 pm
till
2:00 pm

Tower Foyer, More London, Room 2/3/4

Post-lunch Reflections

Time
2:00 pm
till
2:10 pm

Tower Suite

S Chelvan

Advocate, Academic and Activist
No5 Barristers’ Chambers

At the End of the Rainbow: Where next for the Queer Activist?

Time
2:10 pm
till
2:20 pm

S Chelvan, Advocate, Academic and Activist

Panel: Traditional & Social Media as a Vehicle for Progress

Time
2:20 pm
till
3:15 pm

Panel with Benjamin Cohen (PinkNews), Tamara Littleton (The Social Element & Polpeo) and Rob Curtis (Squad Social)

Coffee & Networking

Time
3:15 pm
till
3:30 pm

Tower Foyer

Breakout Sessions

Time
3:30 pm
till
4:15 pm

1. What Kind of Queer Spaces Does a City Need? - Breakout session with DJ Ritu (Mayor of London’s Music Board), Justin Bengry (Goldsmiths, University of London) and Adam Smith (The Economist)

2. “Coming Out” on Mental Health & HIV in the LGBT Community - Breakout session with David Stuart (56 Dean Street), Daniel Tóth (Google) and Ellen Stewart (PinkNews)

Amit Paley

Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director
The Trevor Project

Closing keynote panel: Challenges and Progress: The NGO CEO Perspective

Time
4:15 pm
till
5:00 pm

Panel with Amit Paley (The Trevor Project), Darren Towers (Stonewall) and Sonia Sudhakar (The Guardian)

Final Remarks

Time
5:00 pm
till
5:15 pm

Tower Suite

European Investment Bank Women’s Cocktail

Time
5:30 pm
till
6:30 pm

Room 5/6

BCG Gala Dinner @ Hilton

Time
8:00 pm
till
10:00 pm

Hosted by EUROUT's lead sponsor, The Boston Consulting Group

Salesforce Party

Time
10:00 pm
till
12:00 am

Hilton London Tower Bridge

"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."
François Ortalo-Magné, Dean, London Business School
"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!"
Amy Stanning, Barclays, Speaker at EUROUT 2017
"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."
BCG, Lead Sponsor

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

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