Careers Service Panel Event: Being LGBT+ at Work

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Tuesday 26th February 6.30-8.30pm

Our Co-chair Caroline, along with a host of other speakers, is taking part in a panel for the Careers Service on being LGBT at work as part of LGBT history month.

The event is open to staff and students, and will be a friendly, informal and safe space for everyone.

Light refreshments will be available.

To find the location please register via

About the Panel

The Stonewall Report 2018 identified that Bullying and Harassment is still rife at work for many in the LGBT community. In response to this and in preparing our students for placements and graduate roles in the future the Careers Service has collaborated with LGBT+ staff (Kaleidoscope) and students to deliver a panel session as part of this week. We have a diverse range of speakers representing the LGBT community and from different industry sectors who have given up their time to speak about their career journey, how they have dealt with discrimination, harassment and how and when they decided to come out.


Berkeley Wilde

Director of the Diversity Trust.

The Diversity Trust aims to influence social change and achieve a fairer and safer society, through working across the protected characteristics and groups identified in the Equality Act (2010), including that of sexual orientation

Caroline Hollis

Student Accommodation Reception Coordinator at the University of Bath.

Co-Chair of Kaleidoscope - the University of Bath’s staff LGBT+ support group.

John Bradbury

Continuous Improvement Manager at Amcor

Founding member of InterEngineering South West Chapter which aims to connect, inform and empower LGBT+ engineers and their supporters.

Operations Director for InterEngineering, working to ensure growth of InterEngineering throughout the UK.

Cameron Campbell

University of Bath Accounting and Finance Graduate 2017

Currently on PwC graduate programme


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