“[Cooper] has effected change for people living with HIV at grass-root, community and legislative levels and worked to advance the interests of PLHIV since 2006.”
“We want to inspire [LGBTI youth] so they know that no matter what they want to achieve, they can get there without their sexuality or gender identity acting as a barrier.”
Qantas’ Chief Executive Alan Joyce was among 30 prominent executives who recently signed a letter calling on PM Malcolm Turnbull to legalise same-sex marriage.
The signees include leaders from companies such as Telstra, Qantas, and Apple.
Joyce’s opinion piece has gone viral and he calls on the Australian Parliament to do its job
The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras is on the lookout for a new, permanent chief executive officer after Michele Bauer wrapped up her interim tenure.
Alan Joyce is arguably the most prominent corporate voice in the marriage equality campaign. The Qantas chief executive talks to Benedict Brook about coming out, the passion his partner has for equality and what he thinks of the arguments of those against marriage equality.
As CEO of department store David Jones, Paul Zahra was one of the most high-profile LGBTI people in corporate Australia. Having left the company, he tells Benedict Brook about the importance of being out at work and reveals his parents’ struggle to accept their gay son.