Before the our Making Yourself Valuable session with Kelly Anne O’Neill, we will be doing a little virtual networking with IceBreaker.Video. You will get paired with 3 different people and have 4 minutes to network with each of them. There are fun questions you can ask if you run out of things to talk about but who knows, you may meet your new business partner or best friend!
Kelly Anne O’Neill is the Director of Programming at Atlanta Tech Village, the 4th largest tech hub in the nation. In the past 5 years at the Village, Kelly Anne has built the Inspire Programming umbrella that has served over 1,500 entrepreneurs in programs like Startup Summer School, It Takes a Village, and Start It Up Georgia. She has also bought in over 30 strategic partners such as Invesco, Truist, and Coke to support, equip, and propel entrepreneurs as they grow their businesses.
Kelly Anne started off her professional career in the nonprofit world before moving into healthcare where she worked for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta for 3 years. Through a series of events, Kelly Anne moved into the world of tech startups and hasn’t looked back. She is passionate about helping entrepreneurs achieve their dreams, building strong teams, and helping make relational connections.
When Kelly Anne is not working, she can be found jogging around the northern suburbs, entertaining her two children, or on a patio with great people, food, and drinks.
This event is sponsored by Truist.
Ladies of Atlanta, it’s time to come together to make the phrase “Women in Tech” obsolete! Join us as we openly discuss personal and professional growth, challenges in the workplace, community involvement, and whatever else is on your mind. Our Village can be the one to make women in tech the status quo.
Second Wednesday of the Month
12:00pm – 1:00pm
To empower women in tech through a kick-ass network, intentional teaching & purposeful community because it does take a village.
Our goal is to make to Atlanta the number one place for “women in tech” (because clearly it’s not Silicon Valley).