Amazon and WISE - the campaign for gender balance in science, technology & engineering - have come together to launch new research designed to build a roadmap to help increase female representation in the UK innovation economy.
Dame Athene Donald, Professor of Experimental Physics and Master of Churchill College at the University of Cambridge, kicked off a new season of the external speaker series at the Amazon Development Centre in Cambridge this week.
New guidelines include best practice on issues such as the correct use of names and pronouns and restroom accessibility, were created with Amazon employees from across the company with the aim of supporting transgender staff and their allies.
Glamazon was shortlisted for the Network Group of the Year category thanks to a public vote. The employee group helps make Amazon a great place to work by educating and informing employees about LGBTQ+ issues and opportunities.