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With Madame Gandhi (Artist) & Carolina Fuentes (Drummer/Percussionist).
Friday, September 14, 2018 at 09:00 PM   $79
Stage48, 605 W 48th St
 
     
 
 
              

            
 
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Please join us for a local Lesbians Who Tech + Allies first-ever Summit Concert to benefit the Edie Windsor Coding Scholarship! The after party show is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC & does not require summit attendance. Grab your tickets now! This event will sell out.
Tonight's event will feature performances by:
Madame Gandhi::Kiran Gandhi - better known by her stage name Madame Gandhi - is a musician who elevates & celebrate the female voice. We're HYPED to announce that she will present at our NYC summit & perform at our after party on September 14!
Mila Tina ::Carolina Fuentes, aka "Mila Tina", is a professional drummer/percussionist, as well as an audio-visual artist, & music producer.

About the Edie Windsor Coding Scholarship
The Edie Windsor Coding Scholarship fund makes it possible for new, incoming gender nonconforming & LGBTQ+ women to kickstart careering in technology.

Learning how to code is more than education, it's economic opportunity | It's the promise of a career with a six figure salary. Our community, like many underrepresented groups, are turning to coding schools because they are more accessible than four-year Computer Science degrees.We named our Scholarship after a LGBTQ & technology legend, Edie Windsor | To recognize her heroic victory over the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA)-and to celebrate her technical leadership as a computer programming pioneer at IBM. In love & work, Edie Windsor is one of our community's greatest role models. We want to be a part of telling her story, so that future generations of technical queer women can know her, helping inspire future generations of LGBTQ technical women.
About Lesbians Who Tech + Allies
Lesbians Who Tech + Allies is the largest LGBTQ technology community in the world -- committed to visibility, intersectionality, & changing the face of technology. The 40,000 non-binary, LGBTQ women, queer women of color (and our allies) in tech who make up our community come from every background & live in over 40+ cities worldwide. Over 5,000 women & non-binary people in tech attend our San Francisco Summit, making us the largest professional LGBTQ event in the world & the largest event for women in tech in California. Our programmatic work includes a coding scholarship for non-binary & LGBTQ women called the Edie Windsor Coding Scholarship Fund, a mentoring program, Bring a Lesbian to Work Day, & a leadership program -- #LWTSQUAD -- focused on supporting our members as they move into senior leadership roles & onto corporate boards. We're not just creating communities; we're pushing the tech sector to be more inclusive & changing the face of the entire tech industry.
To learn more go toLesbianswhotech.org


 
 
 
 
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