Atos colleague Julia Atwater included in OUTstanding 50 LGBT+ Future Leaders, presented by the FT
Our AtosPride LGBT+ and Allies network co-chair Julia Atwater has again been recognised for the great work she has done in advancing LGBT+ inclusion within Atos by being included in the ‘OUTstanding 50 LGBT+ Future Leaders, presented by the FT’.
David Haley (SVP BTS): “This recognition comes as the AtosPride network continues to grow, and with the support and leadership of people like Julia, the network now spans reaching 29 countries. AtosPride is open to everyone regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity and its growth reflects the importance our people place on LGBT+ inclusion within Atos. Allies are also a significantly important part of our network and our numbers of allies continues to grow.”
Suki Sandhu, Founder & CEO, INvolve: “Our sixth OUTstanding list is our most international and diverse ever. It features executives representing 21 countries around the world – from Ghana to Germany and from India to Israel. We’re so proud to see so many senior and future leaders recognised as role models for their work driving cultural change and creating environments where everyone can succeed. Everyone – regardless of gender, sexuality or ethnicity – benefits from a level playing field where people feel able to bring their whole selves to work.”
Julia Atwater (co-chair of AtosPride) “I am very proud to be recognised in this list alongside so many inspiring people, all of whom have the same passion and desire for LGBT+ equality”.
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