Announcing “Out at SourceCon”

There’s nothing quite like connecting with people in person – that’s part of what makes SourceCon’s conferences so great! That’s why I’m pleased to announce the official launch of SourceCon’s inaugural LGBTQA+ affinity group, Out At SourceCon!

Please join us on the first night of SourceCon Atlanta: Growth Hackers Unite, Monday, September 24th, from 7:30 – 8:30 pm. We’ll be in the Chastain Overlook on the Sixth Floor, and there will be a cash bar. This event is for LGBTQ+ folks and our allies. People of all genders, identities, and expressions are welcome!

We’ll have a few card games – anyone up for a round of Sparkle Kitty? – and some welcoming faces! Whether this is your first SourceCon or your tenth, we want you to come out and have a great time!

I hope to see you there. Feel free to reach out to me directly (via Twitter or LinkedIn – or I bet, after some time on SourceCon’s blog or Facebook Group, you can find my email!) if you have any questions.

There’s no agenda, but please bring your friends and your business cards, and let’s come together to help build an awesome, inclusive community.

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Here are the details one more time:

  • Where: The Chastain Overlook on the Sixth Floor, Westin Peachtree Plaza 210 Peachtree St NW Atlanta, GA 30303
  • When: Monday, September 24th, 7:30 – 8:30 PM
  • Who: All of you! Anyone in the SourceCon Community who wants to hang out with LGBTQA+ folks and our allies, of all genders, identities, and expressions.

Can’t wait to see you there!

Sarah Goldberg is a Senior Sourcing and Research Specialist at Objective Paradigm. With three years of experience in sourcing, Sarah focuses on leveraging data and research to provide the best “sourcery” - candidates, processes, and tools - for her clients. Sarah focuses on finding IT talent for FinTech and start up companies in Chicago. In her free time, she is a co-organizer of Chicago Queer Tech Club. She earned a Bachelor of Arts with Honors in Classical Languages and English Literature at the University of Chicago.

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