Out in Energy is a national umbrella network for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Intersex (LGBTQI) professionals working across the US energy and climate sectors, and across all energy sources and technologies. The Out in Energy network serves as a community development and visibility incubator for LGBTQI+ people working in energy and climate, with the goals of elevating the voices of Out energy and climate leaders, supporting the career development of younger Out professionals, connecting LGBTQI+ jobseekers with companies and government agencies, and creating a space for LGBTQI+ energy and climate professionals to connect and form a cohesive community across the country.
If you work for a company or public agency and would like your LGBTQI+ employee resource group featured here, or you are looking to recruit diverse LGBTQI+ talent to join your team, please do not hesitate to reach out to Out in Energy lead Zack Strauss at [email protected] If you have any questions, are interested in supporting this effort, or you or a colleague are interested in joining the network, please reach out to Zack for information.
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