How HR and People Leaders Can Create an LGBTQ2+ Inclusive Workplace Culture

Does your organization welcome LGBTQ+ diversity, equity and inclusion?

After watching this webinar you’ll come away with:

  • Foundational tools including self-identification and inclusion surveys tips
  • Initiatives to implement or refine in your organization to affirm LGBTQ+ employees
  • Information to advocate for a more LGBTQ+ inclusive workplace

Fill out the form to access this educational webinar on-demand.


Fill out form below
Keith Plummer, BA, MSc

Consultant with Feminuity

Keith Plummer (pronounce) is a consultant with Feminuity. Keith embraces a global and intersectional perspective in their work. Keith practices compelling compassion in their approach, synthesizing storytelling, interactive exercises, illustrative data, media, and comprehensive policy analysis to help bring about a more equitable workplace and world.

Keith holds a BA in Sociology and Gender & Sexuality Studies from the College of the Holy Cross, spending their junior year abroad at the University of Oxford. While at Holy Cross, Keith ushered in policy changes making it one of the first Catholic universities in the United States to provide gender-inclusive housing accommodations. Following undergrad and some professional experience, Keith returned to the University of Oxford for their Master’s in Comparative Social Policy which they are set to finish this year. In addition to these academic qualifications, Keith is a certified Human Resources professional.

Keith is a white, American, non-disabled, neurodiverse, non-binary and queer person. Outside of work, Keith enjoys travel, television, fashion, memoir, and socializing with friends at their favorite brunch-spot or café.

Sarah Saska, BAH, MA, PhD

Co-Founder and CEO of Feminuity

Dr. Sarah Saska (pronounce) is Co-Founder and CEO of Feminuity, an advisor, and a startup investor. As a social scientist and orthogonal thinker, Sarah challenges, reimagines, and redesigns the mindsets, technologies, and systems that surround us with the aim to shape a future that benefits everyone and brings us all forward in an equitable manner.

Sarah holds a Ph.D. from Western University, an M.A. from The Institute of Feminist and Gender Studies at the University of Ottawa/Université d’Ottawa and a B.A. (Hon) and certification in Sexual and Gender Diversity from the Department of Gender Studies at Queen’s University. Sarah was a facilitator for the SARE randomized controlled trial which became the Enhanced Assess, Acknowledge, Act (EAAA) Sexual Assault Resistance Education Program and is now used across Canada as the Flip the Script™ program.

Sarah is a left-handed and left-leaning, Hungarian-Canadian, pansexual, Jewish woman. She appreciates a critical perspective and values the messy parts of human interaction. As a survivor of sexual violence and someone who has lost two parents to cancer, she remains hard on issues but soft on people. As an only child, Sarah’s friends are family and she’s rarely found without Gordon, (lovingly named after the late Gord Downie), by her side.

Nadir Ebrahim

Co-founder WorkTango

Nadir is passionate about helping organizations put their people first and building equitable workplaces. He has spent the last 15 years building HR technology and advisory companies that enable organizations to improve their employee experiences. Nadir co-founded WorkTango in 2016 – a solution that makes it easy to collect authentic employee feedback, instantly gain insight about people and culture, and inspire leaders to take proactive action. Nadir is also an avid basketball player and fan, cyclist, and loves spending vacations out in nature.