Words matter. And at the height of the AIDS epidemic, in one of the most conservative cities in America, Michael Chanak spoke out to make sure the LGBT community was a part of the story. By fighting to include sexual orientation in Procter & Gamble’s diversity statement, Michael helped P&G become one of the first Fortune 500 companies to protect sexual orientation as a status, and left a legacy that lives on 25 years later.
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