Thursday, March 13, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM (IST)
San Francisco, CA
Join Out & Equal at our annual leadership celebration and gala dinner – Momentum. Along with celebrity emcee, Kate Clinton, together we’ll celebrate advances in workplace equality and the individuals and organizations who take the lead on fundamental issues of equal rights - both in and out of the workplace. This year we honor Kris Perry and Sandy Stier, whose successful challenge to Prop 8 resulted in a landmark victory for our community!
No one deserves to jeopardize their career and financial security simply for being LGBT. Your support will go directly toward fueling our shared vision of equality across the country and around the globe. Momentum attracts hundreds of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) professionals and allies who believe that people should be valued for the work they do, and never by their sexual orientation, gender identity or expression.
Table Captains play an important role helping to ‘build Momentum’ for this exciting event. As a Table Captain, we ask you to reach out to invite your personal and professional networks to attend the gala with the goal of filling one or more tables. In recognition, you’ll be listed in our program materials and invited to our VIP Reception. You can sign-up as an individual Table Captain or with a group of friends. There is no financial obligation to fill the entire table. For more information on Individual Underwriting, becoming a Table Captain or to find out how your company can partner with Out & Equal Workplace Advocates, please contact Daniel Lawrence Smith, Senior Development Manager at 415-694-6508 email@example.com.
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Out & Equal Workplace Advocates
Out & Equal is committed to creating safe and equitable workplace environments for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender employees. We believe that people should be judged by the work they do, not by their sexual orientation or gender identity. Every day, we work to protect and empower employees to be productive and successful—so they can support themselves, their families, and contribute to achieving a world free of discrimination for everyone.