If you’ve ever wondered where the women in tech or more importantly where the women in color in tech are, please pay attention. Today, at 6:30, Digital Moving Images Salon of Spelman College and Women in Film and Television in Atlanta will present “Digital Doyennes: Wisdom from the Women Who Lead in Social Media and Digital Innovation,” a celebration of the emergence of digital sisterhood in new media.
Our own Angela Benton will be sitting on the panel with industry heavy-hitters Gina McCauley, Founder of What About Our Daughters /Michelle Obama Watch and the Blogging While Brown Conference, Ananda Leeke, Blogger, Founder of Digital Sisterhood Month, Erica Hartfield, Digital Producer Everywhere, and Jacqui Chew, Principal iFusion Marketing.
Comprised of five influential women in technology, this panel will discuss social media as a necessary tool in branding. It will also address how filmmakers can use technology as a promotion platform building their products with meaningful interaction. The panel will also cover the term of digital sisterhood as it relates to each of the panelists.
The event promises to garner great discussion in sociarl media, entrepreneurship, and digital sisterhood. If you’re in the Atlanta area today, be sure to drop by Twelve Hotel Centennial PlaceCategory: Events, Featured | Tags: Ananda Leeke, Angela Benton, blogging while brown, Digital Sisterhood Month, Erica Hartfield, everywhere, gina mccauley, iFusion Marketing, Jacqui Chew, Michelle Obama Watch, what about our daughters