LGBTQ+ Travelers- A Conversation with Rina Montalvo, Twitter (cont.)
September 15, 2022
Partner Chad Ellsworth and Rina Montalvo, Head of Talent Mobility, Immigration and Flexible Work Program and Open Marketing/Communication Chair at Twitter discuss immigration challenges impacting the LGBTQ+ community and share insights for global mobility professionals to help advise and support LGBTQ+ colleagues as part of their immigration programs.
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