ToC is focused on establishing a community to support and assist in the progression of Blacks in information technology. Our primary goal is to create and cultivate a community of highly-skilled Black technology professionals.
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Join us for beer, wine and great conversation. The ToC 100 Black Devs Happy Hour provides a great opportunity to meet tech professionals in a casual setting. Drinks, appetizers and cool af techies. #issavibe
Admission for the Happy Hour is $10
The ticket gets you 1 Beer, cocktail or Soft Drink and appetizers.
You will need to bring your ticket or have it available on your phone.
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Taco Mac will validate parking for up to 3 hours for those who park in the Lindbergh City Center parking deck adjacent to the restaurant.
Hope to see you there!!
The representation in the technology market doesn't reflect the diversity of the US population. What are the challenges we face in the US in addressing this issue? What are the similarities and differences in addressing these issues in the UK? Join us for a live transatlantic panel discussion.
About this event.
Lunch and networking followed by a live transatlantic broadcast about diversity in tech facilitated by Technologists of Color in the US and the Solidarity In Tech organization in Manchester, England, UK. The broadcast will feature a panel discussion about challenges and solutions faced by Black technologists in the US and ethnic minority technologists in the UK around the startup, entrepreneurial, and corporate environments. The panelists will present their perspectives around topics including the obstacles faced in succeeding and attaining leadership positions.
After the broadcast, remain for an opportunity for a local Q&A and to meet the panelists and further network with attendees.
Atlanta, GA USA
~ Joy Stephens - Career Development Specialist at New Heights Academic & Leadership Consulting.
A scientist, engineer, & creative and energetic life coach focused on guiding individuals through work/life transition and helping companies attract and retain diverse talent.
~ Jovonni Pharr - Data/ Security Analyst at State Farm.
A security analyst, data scientist, engineer, and Ph.D. student with a focus on Research & Development (R&D) in emerging technologies.
Manchester, England UK
~ Dr. Marilyn Comrie OBE FRSA - Director of Business Development, Marketing & Sponsorship at The Blair Project.
An award-winning serial entrepreneur, Diversity & inclusion development specialist and former Wigan Vice President of the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce.
Space is limited so be sure to save your seat today!
10:30 am to noon - Check-in, Networking, & Lunch
noon to 1:15 pm - Live Broadcast of Panel Discussion
1:15 pm to 2:00 pm - Post Broadcast Q&A & Networking