Preparing for a new job

You have researched the company. You know what they do, and that you can contribute in a meaningful way. You have researched, and yes, they have a healthy LGBTQ office culture. The position, title, pay, and benefits all look good. You’ve expressed interest, and they have invited you to come in. Congrats! Now the part…

A Message from the Publisher

2021 has been a pivotal year for QNotes, and we want to thank you for being loyal readers and supporters. Here are just a few of the highlights:  We announced our Google Innovation Challenge project to create a new online center for community, launching a year’s worth of work to develop and test the new website.In March, we…

Carolinas LGBT+ Chamber of Commerce Announces Partnership with NASCAR

The Carolinas LGBT+ Chamber of Commerce announced Tuesday, December 14, at their sold-out Annual Awards Ceremony and Holiday Soiree that NASCAR (National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing) will become the Chamber’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DE&I) partner for the 2022 term. This is the first time NASCAR has partnered with a chamber of commerce…

Unicorn Hunters

According to Backstage Capital, less than 10% of all venture capital deals go to women, people of color, and LGBTQ founders. A crunchbase study found that since 2015, $15 billion has been raised by Black and Latino founders, representing just 2.4% of the total venture capital raised over time.  The investment company was founded by…

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