Philadelphia, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/08/2016 -- The Lesbians Who Tech Philadelphia Chapter is excited to announce that their next happy will be on Wednesday, March 16, from 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM. Lesbians Who Tech is a global organization that focuses on connecting women in the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community who either work in, or love, the technology field. The City Director of the Philadelphia Chapter is CJ Bachmann, VP of Operations at 1SEO.com Digital Agency, and she invites everybody and anybody with a passion for technology to join them this March.
March's happy hour will be held at Time Restaurant located at 1315 Sansom St. in Philadelphia, PA. Not only will the happy hour be yet another opportunity for members of the Philadelphia chapter and friends to network, acquire new connections and/or land that next big gig, but they will also have a chance to hear from Laura Taddie. Taddie is the Founder and CEO of grato, a medical device/healthcare technology consulting company that was established in November 2014. At the event, Taddie will talk about her company and the path that she has taken to get her where she is in her industry today.
In addition to the happy hour and hearing Taddie talk, members and guests can stick around after for "Bites & Flights." Bites & Flights is a special event Time Restaurant holds every third Wednesday of the month to celebrate ladies in Philly's beverage and food scene. This monthly event is from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM, and those who stay will have the chance to enjoy some delicious food and drinks.
Professional and recreational techies who are interested in learning more about, or attending the March happy hour, can visit the Eventbrite website. While tickets are available for free, donations are encouraged.
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.
To learn more about Lesbians Who Tech, visit their website at http://lesbianswhotech.org/.