What happens when co-workers or worse, their superiors inadvertently disrespect the LGBT people in an organization who have not come out? The answer is expensive turnover, bad press, and an overall diminished quality of work-life for the entire organization. But Julie Tarney can help companies change that.
Julie is a champion for LGBTQ+ talent known for her engaging style, captivating and empowering education, and immediately actionable takeaways designed to enhance an organization’s inclusive culture and brand reputation. She is the author of the award-winning memoir, My Son Wears Heels, and serves on the boards of the It Gets Better Project and PFLAG NYC. She has been featured in The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune and Huffington Post. Julie is also an experienced corporate relations and issues management consultant.
Her decades of professional expertise combined with decades of unique personal experience help companies bridge the gap between what LGBTQ+ employees experience in the workplace and how everyone can advance the LGBT inclusive culture within an organization.