MILWAUKEE – The Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce announced today that humanworks has joined the Chamber as its newest gold member.
“We are thrilled to welcome humanworks to the Wisconsin LGBT Chamber as our newest gold member,” said Jason Rae, President & CEO of the Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce. “We are so excited to work with this new company. Their investment in the Chamber will help us to build a stronger pro-fairness community.”
“humanworks is proud to be the newest gold member of the Wisconsin LGBT Chamber and be a partner in helping to build a more welcoming and inclusive community,” said Shawn Gulyas, The Thought Catalyst at humanworks. “Our company’s focus is on fostering empowered individuals, flourishing teams and thriving systems. We are excited to be a part of the Chamber and be a partner in helping to build a more welcoming and inclusive community.” Shawn was recently selected by BizTimes Milwaukee as a Notable LGBTQ Executive and spoke during Johnson Controls International’s 2020 Pride Celebration on the topic of “bursting bubbles” in regard to diversity, equity and inclusion.
humanworks is a consultancy that elevates organizations by putting people first. They work side-by-side with leaders to craft customized solutions in the areas of organization values and culture, systems of operation, talent and engagement, solving business problems by empowering individuals.
humanworks joins more than 40 other corporations as a gold member of the Wisconsin LGBT Chamber. Gold members receive a listing in the Online Business Directory, invitation to all Chamber events, and a seat on the Chamber’s Leadership Council.
Learn more about humanworks on their website at https://humanworks8.com/.
The Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce is an organization of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and LGBT-allied businesses, corporations and professionals throughout the state of Wisconsin. It offers networking opportunities, business development efforts within the LGBT community, and educational programming to its members. The organization has more than 675 members from around the state. In 2015, the Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce received the National Chamber of the Year Award from the National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC). More information can be found online at: www.wislgbtchamber.com.