All the things

A fully loaded calendar is a top perk of Mossier membership. Bookmark this page to stay up-to-date on all things Queer culture, create new connections with other members, and stay absolutely activated on your journey. Drop us a line to ask a question or share an event that’s on your radar that other members need to know about. Browse and register below!

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Queer jobs

There are hundreds of jobs posted on the Mossier job board with LGBTQ-inclusive employers. You can sign up for free, browse positions, schedule time with an employer, and post your resume. Get registered

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2023 Events

The Mossier crew is planning for all things 2023. If you aren’t a member yet, we need to change that. If you are a member and want to contribute to our 2023 ideas, we need to hear from you. Contact us

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Call for facilitators

Got something to say about Queer rights at work? Maybe you are an experienced facilitator looking to contribute? We’re always on the lookout for good peeps, so drop us a line. Contact us

From February: Being anti-racist

Race. Gender. Healthcare. Politics. White supremacy. Identity. We bring each of these with us when we go to work every day, and many organizations haven’t gone past defining equity. Queer workspaces should address the intersections of orientation and gender while actively destroying all racist mechanisms and systems.

From June: Gender WTF!

Mossier’s April meetup takes you beyond the boxes of gender, boxes that stem from the colonial, white supremacist foundation our country was built on. We’ll talk about changes you can make (literally today) to antiquated policies and procedures and define individual and collective responsibilities to build gender-expansive workplaces. Yes, gender equity is 100% possible, and yes, you are part of the fight to ensure Transgender and Nonbinary siblings are safe, affirmed, and celebrated at work.

From August: Has DEI gone normcore?

Think about it. DEI leader’s turnover is something like 18 months, and Queer people (especially Queer POC) are way more likely to have experienced discrimination related to gender, sexuality, or identity. We celebrate Pride flags and statements about racial justice, but there’s so much more to do in order to realize what inclusivity means to our culture — and most importantly — what’s our role in making it happen.