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Out & Equal Welcomes New CEO

Out & Equal Workplace Advocates is thrilled to welcome Erin Uritus as the organizations new Chief Executive Officer. Board Chair and Comcast Senior Vice President Michael Cox shared, “Erin joins Out & Equal with unparalleled domestic and international experience as an executive in the corporate, government and nonprofit sectors – a critically important combination to us at Out & Equal. Her visionary leadership will bring the organization and the entire movement to further workplace equality for the LGBT community the next level. As the Chair of the Board of Directors and as a major sponsor of the organization, I have full confidence Erin will lead all of us to a future where our country’s largest companies and governments around the world embrace diversity, prioritize inclusion, and enact equality.” Prior to joining Out & Equal, Erin was a senior leader at consulting leader Booz Allen and the education powerhouse nonprofit International School Services (ISS). Erin has worked internationally, including nine years in the Middle East where she supported efforts to modernize government in the midst of the Arab Spring. Erin’s full bio can be found here. Erin will start as the leader of the world’s largest LGBT professional organization on January 15th. Erin, along with over 60% of Out & Equal’s partners including the federal government who the organization works closely with, will be based in Washington DC. “Out & Equal has always been about the power of ‘and’— Diversity ‘and’ Inclusion, LGBT ‘and’ Allies, Domestic ‘and’ Global, Out ‘and’ Equal. As we look to the future, I am fervently committed to leveraging the spirit of ‘and’ and driving Out & Equal to be the transformational force needed to create global LGBT workplace equality,” said Erin Uritus, Out & Equal CEO. Erin continues, “I am deeply honored to have been chosen as the next CEO, and I’m eager to get down to the important work of ensuring everyone – no matter who you love or how you identify- finds inclusion, belonging, and equality at work.”

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