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NORWALK — In 1995, Michelle Waites was hired as a patent attorney at workplace-technology provider Xerox Holdings after graduating from law school at the University of California-Berkeley. Her discovery that Xerox had an employee resource group called GALAXe for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer professionals figured prominently in her decision to join the company.
Today, Waites ranks as one of the Norwalk headquartered Fortune 500 company’s longest-serving executives, now holding the titles of vice president, legal counsel and corporate secretary for CareAR, the software startup launched last year by Xerox. At the same time, she serves as co-president of GALAXe.