Robyn is a regular presenter at the Out & Equal Workplace Summit and has presented to numerous professional audiences–including those at Bank of America, GSK, the Corning Corporation, and the EPA–and at more than 500 colleges, universities and conferences in the United States and beyond.
Robyn’s programs are engaging and informative. In addition to 90-minute programs, she offers half- and full-day workshops.
Getting Bi at Work: Getting to Cultural Competence in the Workplace
This program covers the basics of bisexual identity, terminology, population data and trends, the experience of bi+ people in the workplace, and suggestions and best practices for how employers, ERGs and individuals can better welcome bi+ people into their ERGs and their workplace.
All the Letters: Understanding LGBTQIA+ Identities & Experiences in 2021
How are people using and experiencing sexual orientation and gender in 2021? And what do you need to know to be culturally competent in this area? Bring your questions, and an open mind.
Beyond Binaries: Identity and Sexuality
For a dynamic, interactive, non-traditional experience!
This program explores the landscape of sexuality and how we “map” sexual orientation. How do we assign labels to our complicated and unique experiences? In this interactive workshop we will conduct an anonymous survey of those present, and look together at the data. Where do we fall on the sexuality continuum? How do we label? How LGBTQ+ friendly is our workplace? In this fun and interactive program we explore different experiences of identity; the interplay between gender and sexuality; the complexities of attraction, and more.
Meeting the Needs of LGBTQ+ Patients: Focus on Bisexuality
Bisexual people face a number of health-care related disparities, including lower access to health insurance, higher rates of certain types of cancer, and higher prevalence of intimate partner violence. This program explores what it means to identify as bisexual, and will help providers prepare to meet the needs of these patients, highlighting disparities faced by bisexual people, challenging negative messages and stigma that surround the bisexual community, and suggesting best practices for care.
Framing Identity and Sexuality
Identity and sexuality are complicated. What do recent studies tell us about how people self-identify? What does this data reveal or conceal? In this experiential training we will employ several interactive exercises to deepen our own understanding of sexual orientation labeling. Included in our focus will be identity journeys over time; emerging identities; the complex interaction between gender identity and sexual orientation labels; and the effect of our individual location (including nationality, geography, age, race, religion, and more) on how we identify. We will focus on bisexuality and other non-binary sexualities in order to better understand the specific issues and disparities experienced by this segment of the population.
(Three- and four-hour sessions are also available.)
See Robyn’s other programs HERE.