Join our highly anticipated webinar in celebration of Aromantic Spectrum Awareness Week
This Aromantic Spectrum Awareness Week, join LGBT Great for an insightful and engaging exploration where we delve deeper into what it means to be Aro/Ace and understand the experiences of this vibrant community. In this insightful webinar, we will provide you with actionable steps to create a more empowering workplace for Aro/Ace people, where their identities are recognised and celebrated. Join us and let's make this Aromantic Spectrum Awareness Week, inside UK LGBTQ+ History Month and Black History in the US, a time of learning, understanding, acceptance, and celebration.
Shreyas is an Insights and Content Analyst at LGBT Great, where he supports the delivery of a wide range of research and insights projects. Having recently completed an MA in International Relations from the University of Essex and a BSc in Economics at Symbiosis International University Pune, India, Shreyas is particularly interested in LGBTQ+ policy and current affairs.
After completing their BSC, they co-founded Economikly, an open-access research platform designed to help underrepresented students publish research and gain knowledge with no monetary barriers.
Before joining LGBT Great, Shreyas worked with Ogilvy in their account management department and gained experience at Routes2Roots, an India-headquartered NGO working to improve access to cultural exchange programs. Shreyas is a proud member of the LGBT+ community and has been heavily involved in public lobbying and activism for LGBT+ rights and inclusion in India.
Matt is an experienced talent management, diversity and organisational development leader with extensive experience within the financial services industry. A proven track record in inspiring others, developing effective strategies, programme execution, managing diverse teams and building partnerships.
Matt was the first in his family to go to university, is part of the LGBT+ community and also from a lower-social economic background.
Matt is responsible for the development of LGBT Great’s programmes, the strategic direction of the organisation and advising organisations on DE&I issues. Matt is also a Board Member of the Diversity Project.