Jim Turley Has All Kinds of Reasons for Supporting LGBT Inclusion

Apologies to Chuck Norris, but Jimbo didn't mention anything about pressure from the White House when he discussed his decision to oppose the Boy Scouts of America's policy of excluding gay members and leaders from its organization at the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce conference

From the Windy City Times, in the order that they appear:

1. "It's about talent."

2. "It's about doing what's right but it's also about being a great organization."

3. "It's not just about doing something nice," he said. "It's about doing something smart."

4. "It's about winning."

Have it your way, BSA.

Ernst & Young CEO talks LGBT inclusion [WCT]


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