On July 30, 2020 Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms hosted the first-ever Mayor’s Virtual LGBTQ Opportunity Fair. With over 800 people in attendance, this historic initiative leveraged the combined power of government, the corporate sector and local non-profits to ensure that LGBTQ Atlantans had access to meaningful employment and vital resources.

The virtual opportunity fair featured live video interviews with some of Atlanta’s foremost pro-equality employers, as well as complimentary resume building services and resources specific to the needs of the LGBTQ community. The event was open to all.

Participating Employers:


Participating Resource Providers:

LGBTQ+ Rights In The Workplace:

Our friends at Holland and Knight and the Stonewall Bar Association of Georgia produced a one-pager on LGBTQ+ rights in the workplace. We encourage all residents and workers to familiarize themselves with the document. The document can be accessed here.

Webinar Recordings:

In an effort to ensure that our registrants were prepared for the Mayor’s Virtual LGBTQ Opportunity Fair, we partnered with WorkSource Atlanta and the Atlanta Center for Self Sufficiency for three vital webinars. The webinar recordings can be accessed below.

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