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ATTENTION:

As a result of growing health-related concerns, it is with regret but also the best interest of our community in mind that the WIT PGH Launch Party must be postponed to a later date. While WIT PGH’s larger and long term efforts for underrepresented groups across Pittsburgh and champion tech equity will not be curbed, we are sensitive to the situation and understand the need to prioritize health and safety at this time. From the bottom of our hearts, we thank everyone who was planning to attend and purchased a pre-sale ticket. While we hope some will consider these purchases a donation to our cause (and to help offset the burden of our sunk costs related to this event) we’re of course sensitive to everyone’s respective financial situations. As a result please contact hello@cobrapgh.com to request a refund. Requested refunds for all pre-sale tickets purchased will be honored and processed within 5-7 business days.
 
We again regret the unfortunate circumstances of the situation but reiterate this cancellation will only be a speedbump on the long winding road to improved tech equity in Pittsburgh. With that, we will reschedule and hope to see everyone & celebrate at that time. Please be sure to sign up for our newsletter above to be alerted for revised plans to celebrate the launch of WIT PGH and other announcements in the future.
 
Kindly,
Alison Falk, Founder + President

WIT PGH is a community of women, womxn, non-binary folks, and allies championing for the diverse and intersectional experience in tech. We aim for tech equity and advocacy through digital literacy and autonomy.

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“WIT PGH gave me a platform to share my story. Thanks to its reach, my journey got visibility and I was chosen to speak at the Google Women Techmakers Summit.”

– Neha Abraham, Software Engineer

39. GINA WINSTEAD (SHE/HER) – DIRECTOR OF MEMBER ENGAGEMENT, DIRECTOR OF DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION, KEYSTONE INNOVATION ZONE COORDINATOR, PITTSBURGH TECHNOLOGY COUNCIL

“We need to continue these uncomfortable conversations, build strategies and take action to develop strong allies.”

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[MEN]TOR: KEVIN CODY (HE/HIM) – LEAD PENETRATION TESTER, AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES COMPANY

Even [our] phrasing and linguistics have been molded by the lack of diversity in technology.

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