25 Oct 2018 | 02:34 pm | 1 min. read
Pinsent Masons' David Isaac has been ranked in the Financial Times OUTstanding 100 LGBT+ Executives list.
David, who is head of the Pinsent Masons' Advanced Manufacturing & Technology sector, also chairs the firm’s D&I steering group and is a senior role model and business sponsor for the firm's diversity work.
Externally, he is also Chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission, working with the board and the senior executive team to ensure they protect LGBT rights.
In partnership with the Financial Times, OUTstanding celebrates business leaders and future leaders who are leading the charge in their respective diversity spheres. Nominees were considered for their impact on LGBT+ inclusion inside and outside the workplace, their business achievements, and the seniority and influence of their role.
David Isaac commented:
"I am delighted to appear in the OUTstanding list again this year along with so many leading individuals. It is so important that we continue to work hard to promote LGBT+ inclusion across the world, and we should never forget the hugely important influence that role models can have for others both inside and outside the workplace."
Suki Sandhu, Founder & CEO, Involve says:
“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.”
View the full OUTstanding list here: https://www.out-standing.org/nominations/
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