BritChaM Pride Alliance
To build relationships and strategies within a framework of inclusion, equity, respect and non-discrimination regardless of sexual and gender identity.
To position the Chamber as a leading agent of change to generate a more inclusive and equitable society for sexual and gender diversity.
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Abril Rodríguez Esparza – EY
Mauricio Ariza Barile – EY
Relations with companies and Chambers
Kristien Turner – HSBC
Alberto García Fernández – AstraZeneca
To position BritChaM’s activities with other Chambers, associations and business groups to facilitate the exchange of best practices around LGBTQ+ inclusion.
Public sector relations
Ricardo Solano – British Embassy
Cecilia de los Ríos – Shell
Patricio Barrera – Shell
In coordination with the Chamber, different spaces, reports, and areas of opportunity will be created in order to influence and develop relationships with human rights organisations and government institutions that work with on LGBTQ+ issues.
Positioning with CSOs
Miriam Villafaña – Baker McKenzie
Lorena Gaitán – Baker McKenzie
Mariela Garfías – British Embassy
To lead various strategies with CSOs in order to positively impact the LGBTQ+ community throughTo interaction between the Chamber, its members and LGBTQ+ people.
Culture and Education
Lázaro Peña – PwC México
Rodrigo Buenrostro – PwC México
Jeannet Mendoza López – AstraZeneca
Propose activities such as webinars, workshops, education and content that fosters a sense of belonging and inclusion in the companies that are part of BritChaM and to support the validation of publishable information material (infographics, postcards) containing relevant information on LGBT+ inclusion.
- Baker McKenzie
- British Embassy
- Patricia González
- PwC México