Speaker. Advocate. Athlete.
'EMBRACE each person’s story.
Be TRULY diverse and inclusive.'
WHO I'VE WORKED WITH
‘I would like to offer my sincere thanks for your words at the Queen's Birthday Party.
We are thankful for your contribution to the advancement of LGBTQ equality in sport, particularly for Asian LGBTQ athletes. You were part of a truly memorable UN event,
and we are forever grateful for your participation’
Dame Karen Pierce
Ambassador of the United Kingdom to the United States
(Former Permanent Representative of the United Kingdom to the United Nations)
'Amazin joined one of Indeed's senior leaders in an open discussion, which was led by iPride - Indeed's employee Inclusion Resource Group (IRG) that celebrates and supports LGBTQ+ culture and community both in and outside of the Indeed workplace. In sharing her personal journey of homelessness, mental health, bullying and discrimination - employees from around the world listened, and learned more about intersectionality and the importance of allyship. Her openness and ability to challenge the way we all think about our own role in diversity, inclusion and belonging was very impactful for our employees globally'
Gill Quinn Diversity
Inclusion & Belonging Team at Indeed
Amazin LêThi is a global LGBTQ advocate and cultural change leader and from her personal journey of homelessness and passion for sports, she has become one of the most visible and influential LGBTQ advocates in the world.