Black LGBT+ experiences during lockdown and returning to the workplace

Date: 23rd September 2021

This event will explore the impact of lockdown and the past year on the Black LGBTQ+ community and what this means for returning to work

  • Femi Otitoju has a long history in the LGBT movement. For nearly forty years Femi has helped to keep equality on the basis of sexuality on the public agenda, helping to found the first Black Lesbian Group in the UK and later through her work on the management committees of The London Lesbian and Gay Centre, The Black Lesbian and Gay Centre and Stonewall Housing Association.
  • Dr Ronx is an Emergency medicine doctor by profession. They also work as a TV presenter and inspirational speaker. Dr Ronx identifies as a “queer, black, androgynous intersectional feminist”.
  • Stanley Iyanu is an enthusiastic and dedicated Law Graduate now working as an Underwriting Analyst in Property Operations for AIG. Outside of work, he is a spoken word poet and writer

This session is supported by LINK, Markel and Brit

Dive In Festival

Link and a number of firms from across the insurance market have been involved in organising a number of what look to be fantastic Dive In events, with an LGBTQ+ focus. These events will focus on different aspects of the LGBTQ+ spectrum and all have an intersectional focus.

To sign up for these great events, you will need to register for a Dive In account by clicking here. Once registered, you will be able to access the events below and all other Dive In events.

Do show your support for Link and LGBTQ+ inclusion by attending one or more of these events.

This session is supported by