Jeanine Ferreira – winner of the RAHM Contest in Dublin 2019 – talks about her RAHM adventure and the effect it had on her personal as well as professional life. She also addresses her experiences with the corporate world in South Africa as LGBT+ women.
Salar Shoiby has joined us for the RAHM Contest 2019 in Toronto and went home as the winner. In this open and honest interview he talks about his emotions during the Contest and about the challenges he faced while being part of two seemingly conflicting communities .
Meike Imberg joined us for the RAHM Contest in Berlin. She knocked everyones’ socks off with her energy, enthusiasm, attitude and look on life, in the end claiming the title of the winner of RAHM Contest 2019, Berlin Edition! Take a sneak peek of her experience and her story in this interview. Read More
Tamer Zikry is a Global Talent Manager at AkzoNobel and had made it to the TOP10 of RAHM – The Global LGBT+ Leadership Contest in 2017. In this interview he talks about how his experience in Middle East and North Africa has shaped him as an LGBT+ Leader. Read More
Ellen Stewart is Head of Content of the inspiring online newspaper and LGBT+ news agency PinkNews. In this exclusive interview, she told us about her experiences as a woman in the world of media.
What is the power of the law? Can laws help to improve the situation of LGBT+ people around the world? After equal access to marriage in so many countries, what’s next? Malte Stübinger, TOP10 Finalist of the RAHM Contest 2017 and lawyer at Latham & Watkins, underlines that “law can help shape future society to a great extent”.
Today May 17th is the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia 2018 #IDAHOTB. At RAHM, we believe that being able to rely on your solitary professional and personal network is a key component to achieve success in the workplace and to tackle all forms of Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia.
Tim Wilson, member of the Australian Parliament, publicly proposed to his boyfriend (and he said yes!). In this exklusive interview, Tim Wilson tells us about being gay in the political arena.
If there is a LGBT activist & leader in Hong-Kong who you should know about, it’s Bess Hepworth. She is one of the Top10 Finalists of the RAHM Contest 2017 and she gave this inspiring interview to the RAHM Magazine about her experiences as LGBT NGO’s leader and as Mum of a (wonderful) rainbow-family in Hong-Kong. Let’s resume this interview in one sentence : yes, she can !
Stuart Cameron is CEO of UHLALA GmbH and founder of RAHM – The Global LGBT Leadership Contest & Community. He has been short listed on the 16. place of the Business Punk Magazine’s Watchlist 2018 !
If you search a synonym for “LGBT role model” in the dictionary, you could find “Lawrence Spicer” for it. Unstoppable and wise, we invited him to be Jury Member of the RAHM Contest 2017 and if you read this interview, you will understand why.
“Out and About : The Power to Be Yourself” is a powerful and inspiring personal testimony by Ezequiel Massa, member of the RAHM Community. He explains the importance of diversity and inclusion in firms.
It’s #ToleranceDay! We interviewed Annabella Da Encarnacao, Performance Marketing Director at Babbel & one of the TOP 10 Finalists of RAHM 2017. She told us what tolerance should be, what is the value of diversity in firms, how to take the leadership and how to engineer a good team-working.
At only 22 years old, he is a TOP 10 Finalist of the RAHM LGBTI Leadership Contest 2017. We interviewed Samet Akti about LGBTI Leadership, his experience at RAHM 2017 and so much more.
Great news & RAHM’s congratulations ! The Cicero Group has been nominated as the only small and medium sized enterprise SME for the Pink News “Business of the Year” Award in London next week !
Iain Anderson – Member of the RAHM Community and Executive Chairman of Cicero Group – said : “It’s a great moment for Read More
Lindsay Krakauer is the winner of the World’s First LGBTI leadership contest RAHM.We interviewed her and wanted to know something about her formula of success, what she could learn about herself during the contest and where her trophy is standing now: Read More
On Friday 21st July during the Pride week in Berlin, the World’s First LGBTI Leadership Contest “RAHM”, took place at the Google Headquarters. The unique contest was built on best practices for building LGBTI employee networks and careers. RAHM sponsors who shared this vision included Google, McKinsey, SAP and Panda. Read More