Women Who Code Atlanta Host First Ever We Rise Women In Tech Conference!

We are so excited to share that we UNTOUCHD Magazine is a proud media partner for We Rise Women In Tech Conference in Atlanta! We Rise is hosted by Women Who Code Atlanta. If you've been waiting on a reason to come, and see what the Atlanta's emerging tech scene is all about, now is your chance! We were thrilled to hear about this conference as it brings great diversity, speakers from all over the world, and a collection of topics catered to all levels of developers, and newcomers into one of the many layers of tech plus a career expo for registered attendees. Women Who Code Atlanta chapter is led by Alicia Carr, Beth Laing, Erica Stanley, and Angel Banks. 

We RISE is all about growing and showcasing women in technology. For two days, we’ll be featuring women and allies doing amazing work from all over the world. You won’t want to miss this one-of-a-kind event!
— We Rise Women In Tech Conference.

June 23 - 24, 2017

Loundermilk Center | 

40 Courtland Street North East
Atlanta, Georgia 30303

We RISE Conference's keynote speakers features Alaina Percival, CEO of Women Who Code, Tiffany King, Director of Inclusion and Diversity Programs at Apple, Jen Bonnett, General Manager at ATDC, Estelle Weyl, Open Web Evangelist at Instart Logic, Safia Abdalla, Independent Developer + Organizer PyData Chicago, and Wendy L. Wise, Technical Director at Turner|CNN.

Amongst this powerful house of keynote speakers, We RISE brings a wide variety of topics featuring subjects in Leadership & Career Social Responsibility, Mobile and Web, Product UX|UI, Development Tools, Emerging Tech Speakers, and Workshops! 

Are you ready to attend the conference of the Summer?! We thought so, too! We are pleased to share with you a 20% code off of your ticket price with code: UNTOUCHDWR

Connect With Women Who Code Atlanta + We RISE Women In Tech Conference

Website: werise.tech + www.womenwhocode.com

Twitter: @WWCAtl + @WeRiseConf

Instagram: @WeRiseConf + @wwc_atl



** Women Who Code (WWCode) is dedicated to providing an empowering experience for everyone who participates in or supports our community, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, ability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, age, religion, or socioeconomic status.