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Our Spotlight for January Is Cat Dixon, New Chair of Stonewall

We are thrilled that the first in our new series of profiles is Catherine (Cat) Dixon, the new
Chair of Stonewall. If that weren’t noteworthy enough, Cat is also holds a Guinness World
Record for the fastest time circumnavigating the globe on a tandem bicycle. All that, and
fitting in a major day job as Chief Executive Officer of CIArb, the Chartered Institute of
Arbitrators.

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Rich Peckings

Rich Peckings Click here to listen… But read the article first – it’s a great story in itself! DATE September 10, 2020 Missing The L

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Sarah Jane Moon Interview

We are thrilled that the first in our new series of profiles is Catherine (Cat) Dixon, the new
Chair of Stonewall. If that weren’t noteworthy enough, Cat is also holds a Guinness World
Record for the fastest time circumnavigating the globe on a tandem bicycle. All that, and
fitting in a major day job as Chief Executive Officer of CIArb, the Chartered Institute of
Arbitrators.

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Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter DATE January 29, 2024 Article by: Chloë Davies Previous Continue Reading​ interview lbtqwomen sarahjanemoon Rich Peckings September 10, 2020 Rich Peckings Click

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Rolling With The Punches

Interview with Zoe Puckering “No one is too tough to talk,” said Zoe Puckering, opening up about her successful battle with depression. “Just because you

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Q&A with Jacquie Lawrence
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Q&A with Jacquie Lawrence

Jacquie Lawrence is the Former Commissioning Editor at Chanel 4 and Sky One, BAFTA Award winner as producer of Ross Kemp—Kemp on Gangs, author of “Difference for Girls, Same but Different” and others, and proud mother of two

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Q&A with Amber Hikes

Our Hot Spot this month is the extraordinary activist, Amber Hikes. Many of you will be familiar with her, either from her speech at our House of Commons party last year, or her creation, the More Pride More Colour rainbow flag.

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Q&A with Lola Flash

Lola Flash is an American photographer whose work has often focused on social, LGBT and feminist issues. An active participant in ACT UP during the time of the AIDS epidemic in New York City, Flash was notably featured in the 1989 “Kissing Doesn’t Kill” poster.

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Q&A with Monica Boll
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Q&A with Monica Boll

Monica is a Managing Director at Accenture and serves as the global sponsor for the firm’s Pride network. She is an active member of the Human Rights Campaign and volunteers with several LGBT+ non-profits.

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