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How IBM Transformed Itself Into an LGBTQ-Inclusive Company


Editor's Note: Corporate LGBTQ+ programs and initiatives are important drivers for social change. At The Advcoate, we are launching a new series highlighting personal stories of LGBTQ+ people at some of the world's top brands and businesses.

We aim to provide more than just corporate talking points, but rather a first-person account of what life is like being out in corporate America.Our first profile is of Bob Breitel at IBM, one of the world's most iconic technology companies.

Additionally, late last week, IBM apologized for its 1968 firing of a young computing pioneer, Lynn Conway, who also happened to be transgender.

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