Event

Pride networking

  • Thursday 13 June 2024
  • 5:30 - 9pm
  • Hive Café, Bee House

Join us for our first Pride Networking event, bringing together the LGBTQIA+ community working at Milton Park. This is an opportunity to connect, share experiences and celebrate diversity in our professional environment.

The event will begin with two inspiring talks by LGBTQIA+ community members from Milton Park, sharing their stories and insights. These short talks aim to foster a sense of belonging and provide a platform for voices within our community.

After the talks, you will have the opportunity to network; meet like-minded individuals, build relationships and expand your professional network within the LGBTQIA+ community at Milton Park.

Whether you’re an employee, entrepreneur or simply part of the Milton Park ecosystem, this event is open to all who identify as LGBTQIA+ or allies. Come and be a part of this inclusive gathering, celebrating our diverse identities and fostering a supportive community.

This event is organised by a new committee made up of individuals from various companies on the Park, dedicated to fostering greater interactions and supporting LGBTQIA+ people working here and sponsored by MEPC Milton Park.

Speakers

Sébastien Desprez – Head of Communications at Immunocore

 

Sébastien became Head of Communications mid-2022. Prior to Immunocore, he has worked with Adaptimmune where he was VP Communications and Investor Relations. In this role, as well as at ViiV Healthcare and GSK Oncology, he was in charge of building and leading integrated communications strategies and teams. He started his communications career at Rhone-Poulenc Rorer, in Paris, before working in various agencies including his last agency role, from 2002 to 2011, at Ketchum where he led the UK and European healthcare teams. Sébastien holds a masters degree in interpretation and translation from Université Paris 8, Paris.

 

Simon Canter – Training Officer at Evotec

 

Simon Canter (he/him) joined Evotec during the Pandemic in 2020 and is now a Training Officer under the Protein Sciences division and also takes the roles of Safety Officer, Sustainability Champion and DEI counsel member. Originally a scientist working in drug and medical device manufacturing, Simon has since changed his career to working for the scientists to make a better work environment.  His focuses are DEI, safety, sustainability, wellness at work and personal development.

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Bookings are now open via EventBrite. Please register your place via the link below.

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