Alex Bendix talks about why he’s chosen to represent National Grid in the forthcoming Pride in London parade.
Today (17 May) is International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia – a worldwide celebration of sexual and gender diversities. Chris Murray helps us to mark the day by sharing his LGBT ally story.
Our Pride LGBT Supporters’ Network and Student Programme team were stallholders at this year’s National Student Pride careers fair.
Our PRIDE and Enabling, employee resource groups, were proud to host our annual inclusion and diversity conference recently, which received excellent feedback.
Colleagues share their “LGBT story’ to celebrate International Coming Out Day.
“I joined National Grid almost ten years ago as a shy 16-year-old, hiding a, what is now irrelevant, secret that made me feel as though I was different…”
“My experience of coming out as trans(gender) was perhaps unexpected. I grew-up in all male environment and attended a boys’ school…”
“My experience of being LGBT in National Grid has been very positive. I have never felt that I have been treated differently to any of my colleagues due to my orientation…”
A National Grid football team representing our Pride LGBT supporters’ network team finished runner-up at Leicester Wildecats football tournament, scooping the Fair Play award in the process.
The Pride Employee Resource Group (ERG) celebrates London Pride and looks ahead to collaboration with US counterparts.