When you think of hot tech locales, the usual suspects come to mind: San Francisco, Seattle, Silicon Valley. As time has passed New York and Boston have also made their mark on the technology industry. However, these locations aren’t the only place to interact with the best in brightest in the field. Tech resides wherever innovation and determination thrive which is why all eyes may soon be on the ATL.
As evidence of the ATL’s rise to tech prominence, Black Web 2.0, Everywhere, Mami 2 Mommy, Spelman College Museum of Fine Art, Allconnect, Being Latino, and Tree of Life Pomegranate Wine have joined forces for Digitini: Celebrating Atlanta’s Diversity of Women in Social Media. As the name suggests, Digitini: ATL is an event celebrating the diversity of women in social media. It’s a unique networking opportunity for women in tech. In addition to the networking component, a number of women will be honored for their contributions to the social media space. These are women that have forged their own path, utilizing technology to leverage their brand and their industry including Lorraine Sanabria Robertson (The BlogRollers), Tami Reed (Talking with Tami) and Shameeka Ayers (The Broke Socialite)
Scheduled to take place Wednesday, November 10 from 4pm-7pm at the Spelman College Museum of Fine Art, Digitini will be hosted by Jennifer Hutcheson of Mami 2 Mommy and Lauren Thomas of Everywhere. If you’re in the Atlanta and would like to participate in this free event,Category: Events, Featured | Tags: Allconnect, Atlanta, Being Latino, black web 2.0, Digitini, Digitini: Celebrating Atlanta’s Diversity of Women in Social Media, everywhere, Jennifer Hutcheson, Lauren Thomas, Lorraine Sanabria Robertson, Mami 2 Mommy, Shameeka Ayers, social media, Spelman College Museum of Fine Art, Talking with Tami, Tami Reed, The BlogRollers, The Broke Socialite, Tree of Life Pomegranate Wine