For the first time, LGBT rights are on the official agenda at the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting. Some participants explain what it means to them.
In 2011, when Beth Brooke-Marciniak came out to her coworkers at Ernst & Young, she says she initially became withdrawn at work. After years of hiding her private life in the office, the global vice chair at EY said she struggled to figure out how to be gay and a business leader at the same time. Read more »