SAN DIEGO -- The next program in San Diego State University's new "FLUID" lecture series will look at business and the LGBT community on Monday, April 16, from 6:30 to 7:45 pm.
FLUID - Finding Leadership Under Identity - launched in February to bring issues focusing on the diversity of the LGBTQ community to the table. Each lecture in the series is open to the public and designed to expand the knowledge and understanding of important topics while building community.
Past lectures have looked at military issues in the post-"Don't Ask, Don't Tell" era, and homeless LGBT youth.
Monday's lecture, titled "LGBTQIA Business: Diversity, Equity and LGBTQIA Markets," will feature a panel of experts who discuss LGBT employment and markets. Panelists will include:
- Tita Gray, President, Gray Gilliam Co.
- Beth G. Chung, Ph.D., professor of management at San Diego State University
- Tom Luhnow, CEO of the Greater San Diego Business Association
- Joel Trambley, MD, Ph.D. assistant clinical professor at the UCSD Medical Center and Steering Committee co-chair for HRC San Diego
The free presentation will begin at 6:30 pm in SDSU's Parma Payne Goodall Alumni Center, located off of 55th Street. Visitor parking is available in Parking Structure 5.
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A video from SDSU's FLUID Lecture on Feb. 20, which explored military issues in the post-DADT era.
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