TiE: monthly meeting

10/18/2017 5:30 PM

TiE: monthly meeting

TiE: Atlanta Monthly Meeting

Story Behind the Glory: Freddy Flaxman, COO at The Weather Group

More to Life than Tech - Sustainability Panel.
It's not always about tech in entrepreneurship! We need more innovation around sustainability and the intersection of local governments, NGOs, corporations and academia. Come hear from key players at our October meeting to learn about paving the way for stronger sustainability through entrepreneurship in Atlanta!

Panel: Ted Terry, Georgia Chapter Director at Sierra Club;
Seandra Pope, Chief Executive Officer at Rooted Consulting Group;
Karthik Ramachandran, Associate Professor at Georgia Tech;
Stephanie Stuckey, Chief Resilience Officer at City of Atlanta & Rockefeller Foundation;
and moderator Ankush Patel, Co-Founder and CEO at Treeni Sustainability Solutions.
also Jim Hartzfeld, Changemaker & Innovator, Hartzfeld Sustainability Advisors

WHAT IS STORY BEHIND THE GLORY?
The Story behind the Glory keynote allows TiE Atlanta to showcase valuable talent in our community and provide opportunity to share leaders’ experiences and teachable moments. We have some extraordinary people in our community and, yet, we rarely have the opportunity to know the person behind the “branding” or the award criteria

Date: Wed Oct 18, 2017
Time: 5:30 PM - 08:00 PM
5:30-6:30pm: Networking and Registration
6:30-7:15pm: Story Behind the Glory Keynote
7:15-8pm: More to Life than Tech Panel
Venue: Sheraton Atlanta Perimeter North, 800 Hammond Dr. NE, Atlanta 30328
Cost: Free to members, others $ 35
Register: here
Contact: admin@tie-atlanta.org


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