Staff groups and networks

Get involved and expand your network

As a member of staff, it’s important you can connect with communities to help you establish and grow your network across your peers.

Join a staff network
Supported by our Equity, Diversity and Inclusion team

DAWN - Disability and Wellbeing Staff Network
DAWN is a staff network set out to make LSE more disability confident and raise awareness about disability on campus.

LSE EmbRace
EMBRACE (Ethnic Minorities Broadening Racial Awareness and Cultural Exchange) is the School's black and minority ethnic group for staff at LSE

Gender Equality Forum
The Gender Equality Forum is a network of women across LSE committed to addressing gender inequality in pay, access and culture

LSE Power
Power is LSE’s professional women’s network

Parents and Carers Network
The Parents Network is for parents and carers to meet and exchange experiences, tips, and to socialise.

Spectrum is the saff network for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) staff at LSE.

Supported by our Research and Innovation team

Community Research Administrators and Managers (CREAM) Network
The Community Research Administrators and Managers (CREAM) network connects professional services staff who support research and research-related activities across the School.

Early Career Researcher (ECR) Network
The LSE Early Career Researcher (ECR) Network is open to all staff who identify as early-career with regards to their research and are typically within 10 years of their PhD award date

Find your online community

LSE Tree
LSE Tree is an online community, based in Microsoft Teams, where you can find a number of interest groups, including fitness, cooking, books, gardening, knitting, dance, musical interests, sustainability and more. Join in on Teams.

More ways to connect

LSE Academic Freedom

LSEAF is open to all staff interested in promoting the principles and practice of academic freedom at LSE.