Philadelphia, PA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 03/16/2016 -- The Lesbians Who Tech Philadelphia Chapter is back with another happy hour, which will take place on Wednesday, March 16, from 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM. CJ Bachmann, VP of Operations at 1SEO.com Digital Agency and City Director of the Lesbians Who Tech Philadelphia Chapter, invites anyone who is interested to join the Chapter at Time Restaurant (located at 1315 Sansom St.) for an evening of food, drinks and a talk from Laura Taddie, Founder and CEO of grato. The March happy hour is a great way for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) women and their friends to network and share their love for technology.
Lesbians Who Tech is a global organization that unites a community of over 8,000 LGBT women who either work in the technology industry or simply have a passion for all things tech. The Philadelphia Chapter's happy hours provide a space for queer women in tech (and the people who love them) to connect with and learn from each other about the technology industry. This Wednesday, the Chapter is proud to host grato CEO Founder and CEO Laura Taddie, an inspirational woman in the tech field. Taddie will speak about her experience in the industry and what led to the establishment of her medical device and healthcare technology consulting company.
After Taddie's talk, members and guests are invited to stick around for Time Restaurant's monthly "Bites & Flights" events. Hosted every third Wednesday of each month from 7 PM to 9 PM, Bites & Flights celebrates the exceptional ladies of Philadelphia's food and beverage scene. Attendees of the Lesbians Who Tech happy hour can enjoy great company, delicious food and fine beverages at this event.
Those interested in attending the happy hour are invited to visit the Eventbrite website. Tickets are free, and donations are graciously accepted.
Learn more about the Lesbians Who Tech community at http://www.lesbianswhotech.org.
About the Lesbians Who Tech Organization
Lesbians Who Tech is an organization that hosts monthly meetings for women in the gay community who work or are interested in the technology industry. Their goal is to create a channel for lesbians with a love of tech to form business and personal connections, as well as build networks of mentors and business investors. Lesbians Who Tech is a global community of over 8,000 women with local chapters around the world.
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