Mark Emdin

Post Date: October 20, 2017

 

Mark Emdin, Chair of the Workplace Pride Board

Mark was appointed as Foundation Chair in 2014. Since then he has focused on strengthening the strategic direction of the Foundation, building lasting partnerships with other LGBT+ organisations and addressing the international challenges of LGBT+ workplace inclusion.

Mark is a freelance facilitator and consultant specialising in organisation development, change management and executive team based performance. He has had over 20 years working in global corporate environments and at one stage headed up the employee network of Shell Netherlands, “Pink Pearl”.

He holds a Masters in Leadership and Management (Hon) from Curtin University, Australia and is originally trained as an Agricultural Economist. He is a recipient of the Vincent Fairfax Award for Ethics in Leadership through the St. James Ethics Centre in Sydney.

Mark lives with his husband, Michael, in Amsterdam. Both are avid travellers and motor bike enthusiasts. They enjoy what the world has to offer to those willing to step outside and take a risk.

He holds a Masters in Leadership and Management (Hon) degree from Curtin University, Australia and is originally trained as an Agricultural Economist. He is a recipient of the Vincent Fairfax Award for Ethics in Leadership through the St. James Ethics Centre in Sydney.

Mark lives with his husband, Michael, in Amsterdam. Both are avid travellers and enjoy what the world has to offer to those willing to step outside and take a risk.