IF WE WANT TO HAVE A VOICE, YOU HAVE TO SPEAK UP NOW.

Participate in the first-ever academic survey DEDICATED TO THE STORY OF LGBTQ people in the Southern United States.

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The goal of this research is to amplify the voice of LGBT Southerners and highlight the issues affecting our lives. The LGBT Institute Southern Survey 2017 touches on a broad range of topics, including education and employment, health and wellness, safety and crime, sexual and gender identity, and discrimination.

confirmed participants:

Delta Air Lines, The Coca Cola Company, AT&T, First Data, Georgia Prospers, LGBT Business and Public Affairs Expert Bob Witeck, and more to come...

Program Highlights:

  •  How does anti-LGBT legislation affect our bottom line?

  • What is the role of business leaders in creating social change?

  • How can businesses lead by example in an ever-changing social climate?

  • What are the most urgent needs of business in this space?

  • How do businesses position themselves within the growing “ally marketplace”?

Who Should Attend?

  • Chief Executives and Chairmen, Presidents, Vice-Presidents
  • Chief Operating Officers, Chief Marketing Officers, Chief Strategy Officers
  • Chief Diversity Officers, Chief Compliance Officers, Chief Social Responsibility Officers
  • ERG/BRG Leaders
  • Business Employees
  • Analysts and Consultants
  • Policymakers
  • Academics
  • LGBT Influencers
  • Lawyers
  • Change Management Leaders


OVERVIEW

The LGBT Institute has partnered with Georgia State University to create one the largest surveys ever conducted of LGBT individuals in the South. This is a study of, by, and for Southern LGBT people, conducted with the help of many community organizations across the 14 Southern states.