Mayer Brown would like to invite you to our next LGBT network
and allies event.
Thursday 13 October 2016
6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. drinks/networking to continue
Mayer Brown International LLP
201 Bishopsgate, London EC2M 3AF
Our event is being hosted alongside Diversity Role Models; a charity that works with UK
schools to prevent homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying by
the use of role models.
We are fortunate to be joined by Charlie Condou, a patron of
Diversity Role Models and the Albert Kennedy Trust. Charlie is an
actor, best-known for Coronation Street, who has featured
in the World Pride Power List and the Independent on Sunday Pink
Power List, as well as being awarded "Man of the Year" by
Attitude magazine and nominated for the "Advocate for
change" award at the GLAAD awards in Los Angeles.
This event will provide excellent networking with the
opportunity to hear personal stories and experiences from Charlie
as well as learn more about the work of Diversity Role Models and
how you or your organisation can get involved.
Please use the links below to register your attendance at this
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