Toyota Financial Services hosted an intimate salon dinner for influencers in the LGBT community at Washington D.C.’s Art & Soul Restaurant in advance of the Human Rights Campaign National Dinner. With a longstanding commitment to the LGBT community, Toyota Financial Services held the event as an opportunity to further develop its relationship with the community and learn more about its unique needs.


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From left: Aaron Walton, cofounder, Walton Isaacson; Bill Kapfer, vice president, global supplier diversity, JP Morgan Chase; Linda Carlson, director, American Airlines; and Jeff Bracken, group vice president and general manager, Lexus

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From left: Jeff Bracken, group vice president and general manager, Lexus; and Keith Headley, president and CEO, Headley-Menzies


From left: Scott Vazin, vice president, corporate and regional communications, Toyota North America; and Nan Banks, senior manager, strategic planning, Toyota Motors North America

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From left: Linda Carlson; Bill Kapfer; and MaryJane Kroll, senior advertising administrator, Lexus

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From left: Alona Fromberg-Elkayam, managing creative director, Marriott International; and Jason Bricker, director of corporate development, Human Rights Campaign

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From left: Brian Bolain, manager, engagement marketing, and Aaron Walton, cofounder, Walton Isaacson

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From left: Reggie Osborne, vice president, black and LGBT consumer marketing, Walton Isaacson; and Douglas Sanborn, brand manager of multicultural and LGBT relations, MillerCoors

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From left: Bill Kapfer and Roger Nyhus, president and CEO, Nyhus Communications

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From left: Jon Munoz, senior director, global diversity & inclusion, Hilton Worldwide; and Justin Leach, manager, public relations, Toyota Financial Services