19 Jan 2022
Maintaining Momentum: Post-Index Best Practice Workshop 1
Measurement: Gaining Insights into the LGBT+ Employee Experience
On 12 Oct, Community Business launched the 2021 Hong Kong LGBT+ Inclusion Index Report - Maintaining Momentum, presenting consolidated findings from the 4th iteration of the Index.
Furthering Community Business’ goal to promote best practices and drive progress on LGBT+ inclusion, we now invite you to join the first workshop in the Maintaining Momentum: Post-Index Best Practice Workshop Series which will be held from January to April 2022.
At this 90-minute virtual workshop, we will explore Category 8: Measurement, the category with weakest performance in the 2021 Index, in an expert presentation followed by a panel discussion and Q&A.
Our panelists, whose companies have been successful in their efforts in Hong Kong, as well as those who have just started LGBT+ inclusion efforts, will share their challenges and triumphs in incorporating inclusive measurements.
The event is catered to both veterans wishing to better their practice and newcomers hoping to kickstart their journey, whether they have participated in the Hong Kong LGBT+ Inclusion Index or not.
Contact Scot Jones, Programme Manager, LGBT+ for more information.
If you are a DIAN or DIAN India member and the discount is not being applied automatically, contact us to receive a discount code.
Introduction by: Peter Sargant, CEO, Community Business
Moderator: Scot Jones, Programme Manager, Community Business
Amy TyeSenior Manager, Diversity and Responsible Business, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
Catherine HamiltonCo-Chair Pride HK, Proud Ally & Senior Manager, Digital Risk & Controls, Wealth & Personal Banking, HSBC
Nate ParkerVice President, DEI Lead, JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Senior Manager, Diversity and Responsible Business, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
Amy is experienced in managing teams of different generations and cultures. Prior to Freshfields and a career break, she was a senior executive at luxury brands Bottega Veneta and Gucci. She is a Chartered Accountant and has worked in the UK before Hong Kong.
Co-Chair Pride HK, Proud Ally & Senior Manager, Digital Risk & Controls, Wealth & Personal Banking, HSBC
In leading the HSBC Pride HK Committee of 32 dedicated individuals with her Co-Chair Louis Kettle, Pride HK is leading the way in HSBC in Asia Pacific and Globally as best practice standard for Employee Resource Groups. Further Pride HK is continuing its work in the community with strong ties to Interbank, Community Business, Aids Concern, Pink Dot and Pink Alliance.
HSBC Pride HK has three main aims, to support our LGBT+ colleagues, educate and encourage Allies and finally celebrate diversity and Inclusion.
HSBC HK Pride continues to work with Senior Management, HR and our other Employee Resource Groups in identifying where we can continue to improve the working environment and culture of our LGBT+ colleagues and providing resources and education on how to be a visible and strong Ally.
Vice President, DEI Lead, JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Joining JPMorgan Chase & Co. in 2005, Nate has worked in various roles including Business Operations, Corporate Diversity, HR Control Management and Global Employee Support. Today, he leads the EMEA firmwide DEI agenda with a focus on Data and Business Resource Group (BRG) Program Management. He is also the primary liaison for the Office of LGBT+ Affairs in the EMEA region, helping to set, execute and imbed the global strategy.
Nate has been actively engaged in PRIDE, the firm’s LGBT+ BRG since 2006, and has held leadership positions at a local and global level, including Chapter Chair, EMEA Business Manager and Global Co-Chair.
Outside of work Nate lives in London with his fiancé, Darren, and their three cats, Louie, CeCe and Marley.