We center the LGBTQ+ perspective within our most important conversations and help LGBTQ+ professionals and allied businesses to drive positive change in the workplace. Here are some of our most recent resources:


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Event Digital Downloads

8 Lessons for Building Resilient Teams: HR, DEI, and ERG Toolkit
December 6, 2021


LGBTQ+ Allyship Checklist and Educational Resources
June 30, 2021


Cope & Hope Best Practices
February 23, 2021


Leading in Times of Crisis
May 20, 2020

Trans Workplace Inclusion Best Practices
June 2, 2021


Anti-Racism Best Practices
June 30, 2020


Resource Guide for Self-Care
May 20, 2020

Newsletter Archive

2020 Year in Review

January 7, 2021

Spring Updates and Events

April 21, 2021

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PIOW Blog

PIOW Newsletter: June 2022

As June 2022 comes to a close, we hope that you have been able to celebrate LGBTQ+ joy, allyship, and resilience this month. We have been hard at work and have an exciting collection of resources, spotlights, and announcements to share with you in a special Pride edition of the PIOW Newsletter.

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Executive Queeries: LGBTQ+ Pride and Allyship

Each LGBTQ+ person carries with them their own understanding of LGBTQ+ Pride and Allyship. As our annual “Pride Season” comes to a close, we are pausing to explore these concepts further with the hope that their deeper significance will be felt long after the wave of marketing campaigns and social initiatives end on June 30. We posed the following question to our Board: What do Pride and Allyship mean to you?

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7 Systemic Barriers Faced by LGBTQ+ Young Professionals

PIOW hosted a panel discussion focused on the needs of young adults who are navigating career access, mobility, and workplace culture for the first time. Boston’s nonprofit leaders joined us to unpack the systemic barriers that can work against LGBTQ+ young adults as they seek to secure and maintain employment. Included in post – full panel recording, event recap, and best practices.

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Consulting Services

While PIOW is still formalizing its consulting offerings, we currently have certified consultants and executive coaches specializing in LGBTQ+ inclusion and organizational DEI strategy. Depending on client need, consulting sessions can be customized to cover the following:

  • DEI Assessment, Consultation, and Strategy
  • Employee Resource Group Development and Strategy
  • Introduction to LGBTQ+ Identities and Lived Experiences
  • Leadership Engagement and Coaching
  • Thought Leadership and Resource Creation
  • Workshop and Conversation Facilitation
  • And More

Please contact info@piow.org to request additional information.

Career Resources

Pride in Our Workplace partners strive to create more equitable workspaces where all employees feel welcomed and encouraged to bring their authentic selves to work. Whether you’re looking to take the next step in your career or you’re hoping to move to an identity-affirming environment, these companies are seeking to hire LGBTQ+ talent across industries. Visit the following hiring pages to learn more about each company and open positions.

Additional LGBTQ+ Support

While the PIOW mission focuses primarily on workplace equity, we are lucky to have access to an incredible network of LGBTQ+ organizations across New England. If you are seeking additional support or resources, consider visiting the organizations listed below. To add your organization to this list, please contact info@piow.org.

Mental Health and Substance Abuse Resources

Trans Lifeline is a grassroots hotline and microgrants offering direct emotional and financial support to trans people in crisis – for the trans community, by the trans community. Call (877) 565-8860 or visit them online.

The Trevor Project is the world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ+ young people. Chat with a trained counselor via call or text.

Live Another Day is dedicated to providing equal access to life-saving substance abuse and mental health resources. The site features QTBIPOC recovery guide as well as curated lists of the top-rated rehab centers throughout the country.

Detox Local acts as a resource with extensive information on safely quitting drugs and alcohol, as well as guides for QTPOC and LGBTQ folx.

Locate drug rehab facilities near you that provide LGBTQIA+ clients with an inclusive and accepting place for addiction recovery through evidence-based treatment for substance abuse, sexual health and mental health.

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