Director, Women Who Code, Atlanta
Beth grew up in online journalism, working with newspaper companies in Atlanta, San Jose, and Saint Paul, MN with a detour to work for an internet start-up, Infonautics, in Philadelphia, PA. After leaving the world of newspapers, Beth worked as a project manager for several organizations focused on the intersection of news, society & technology. In 2015, she transitioned into software development through a full immersion bootcamp and became involved in the Atlanta tech community. As a director for Women Who Code's Atlanta chapter and an organizer of the REFACT.TECH tech conference, she is passionate about making technology a welcoming community for everyone and breaking down barriers. Beth works as a software developer at CNN/Turner for 3.5 years and then moved on to become an Engineering Manager at CallRail, a marketing attribution company.
A Day in the Life of a Developer
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Women in Tech Breakfast
Join us for this interactive dialogue about how women are succeeding in tech and fostering the next generation of leaders.
Women in the Lead: Tech Ecosystem
Successful women in tech will share insights into building successful diverse teams in tech and explore the support available in Atlanta's growing digital community.
Navigating Through the Current Unknown
During this virtual discussion, hear from a diverse group of women in tech who are adapting to transformational change brought on by COVID-19.