As part of Vada’s Out at Work series, we introduce you to Dr Michael Farquhar, a Consultant in Paediatric Sleep Medicine, and the doctor behind the NHS Rainbow Badge initiative.
The queer historian sits down with Vada to discuss how LGBT History Month allowed him to connect with the queer community, and the need for spaces that spotlight our history.
The HIV activist sits down with Hadley Stewart to reflect on decades advocating for people living with HIV and the work that is still to be done.
As part of Vada’s Out at Work series, we introduce you to Cohlan Coote, Director and Head of Finance at a leading PR firm. He shares how he landed in the finance sector and the support he received from his manager to be himself at work.
The theatre-maker and actor speaks to Hadley Stewart about his latest play ‘Toxic’ and queer shame.
The councillor talks to Hadley Stewart about the government’s treatment of trans people, LGBTQ+ allyship and how he’s on a mission to serve his local constituents in Liverpool.
Speaking to Hadley Stewart for Bisexual Awareness Week, Vaneet Mehta shares his experiences of biphobia, racism and bisexual invisibility.
The RNLI lifeboat volunteer tells Vada how he balances saving lives at sea with a day job, and what it’s being LGBTQ+ in a small seaside town.
As part of Vada’s Out at Work series, we introduce you to Paul Maddock, a Senior Associate at an international law firm. He shares how he has always felt able to be himself at work and advice for the next generation of LGBTQ+ lawyers.
As part of Vada’s Out at Work series, we introduce you to Rosie Hall, Communication Manager at Hable. She explains how she took an alternative path into her career and her experiences of coming out in the workplace.