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Progress begins with pride

Resources for LGBT+ professionals and their allies

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Learn more about diversity and inclusion at IBM →

Progress begins with pride

Resources for LGBT+ professionals and their allies

View the LGBT+ timeline ↓

Learn more about diversity and inclusion at IBM →

#ProudIBMers

We asked IBMers what pride at work means to them

Stacy Graffam Headshot

“Pride for me is being comfortable bringing all of who you are to work.”

Stacy Graffam
Accelerate Agile Expert,
18 years at IBM

Andidiong Akpe Headshot

“Pride to me is visibility. It’s being seen.”

Andidiong Akpe
Digital Strategist,
6 years at IBM

Juan Lopez Gutierrez Headshot

“Pride to me means being an out role model.”

Juan Lopez Gutierrez
GBS Consulting Diversity Partner,
3 years at IBM

Ease the transition

Ease the transition

A supportive employer can have a massive impact on the life of a transgender employee who is transitioning. This study outlines best practices and a comprehensive approach for managers, teams, HR support staff, executives and the employee themselves.

Turn employees into allies

Turn employees into allies

Build a more inclusive business through education. The Becoming an LGBT+ Ally course will help your employees understand issues affecting the LGBT+ community and specific behaviors they can adopt to help create more welcoming spaces — at work, at home and in the community.

I can be my best by being myself

I can be my best by being myself

Working at IBM, Ella is able to be herself every day, while building on IBM’s history of an inclusive diversity culture.

IBMers change how the world works. Be part of our team.

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