Whether it’s a Pride event, an ERG team meeting or a human rights complaint, LGBTQ2+ initiatives in the workplace often leave bisexuality out of the conversation. Why is that?
In this webinar, Iradele Plante breaks down bisexuality and bisexual erasure, how it can play out in your workplace, and what are some tangible skills and strategies for bisexual solidarity. The intended goal is to expand ideas around language and concepts, highlight trends in research around bisexual wellbeing, and share tips on how to foster an affirming environment that everyone can participate in.
About Iradele Plante
Iradele Plante (she/her/hers) is a law student, a research and evaluation nerd, a white settler, and a cisgender bisexual femme living with an invisible disability. She’s been lucky enough to have worked in diversity & inclusion for over 5 years. Most notably, she supports community engagement for Venture Out, Canada’s first conference building stronger LGBTQA+ communities in the tech sector. She also founded Calling In, a diversity & inclusion consultancy, and is an active partner with Challenge Accepted Collective.
She prides herself in being a logistics master, scheduling wizard, and loves to talk all things quality assurance, evaluation and institutional accountability. On her spare time, she’s either reviewing masters applications for the Dalla Lana School of Public Health or publishing papers about the role the internet plays for community building among LGBTQA+ youth. If you were spot her at an event, she’s probably hanging around the free food.
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