Athlete Ally is thrilled to announce the addition of two new members to its Board of Directors, Meghan Stabler and Andrew Sendall.
Stabler is an Advisor for CA Technologies, and has an extensive background supporting LGBT equality. Prior to joining CA, she led strategy and messaging at BMC Software, and was formerly the head of sales and business development at IT Masters before leading the eventual sale to BMC. Meghan had previously spent six years at CA as a senior global executive leading several business units including research & development, marketing, communications, channels and strategic alliances.
She is also a member of the Board of Directors for the Human Rights Campaign, and a member of HRC’s Business Council focusing on LGBT workplace equality. She plays an active consulting role in Federal, State and Local politics advising a number of campaigns and candidates on strategies, and opportunities. In both Presidential election cycles she was, a campaign bundler, a member of the Obama 2012 LGBT Leadership Circle and an Obama Victory Trustee. She helped organize the first LGBT White House luncheon with the First Lady Michelle Obama and is credited with initiating President Obama’s campaign stop in Austin and San Antonio TX.
Andrew Sendall is a Director and Head of Continuity of Business and Third Party Risk Management at Citigroup. Previously he was a Director at Barclays Capital from 2001-2011, where he was Deputy Head of Business Continuity for the Americas region. Andrew’s financial services experience includes stints at Merrill Lynch and UBS, and he started his career in the US Air Force.
At Barclays, Andrew co-founded the company’s first LGBT employee network in 2005, and after Barclays purchased Lehman Brothers, he returned as co-chair of the network and played a key role in Barclays’ industry-leading adoption of tax equalization for health benefits for employees with same-sex domestic partners that year. In 2011, he was co-chair of OPEN Finance, a volunteer association of LGBT employee network leaders from across the financial services industry. He represents Citi on the Human Rights Campaign’s Business Advisory Council, where he serves as co-chair. In 2015, he helped lead OPEN Finance’s successful campaign to mobilize 29 financial firms to sign the Morgan Lewis amicus brief in support of marriage equality at the Supreme Court.