Joey Womack’s goal is to positively impact 1 billion people by the year 2039. Part super-connector, part startup coach, he is the Founder/CEO of Goodie Nation, a national support nonprofit that is closing the relationship gap for for tech-focused social entrepreneurs and diverse founders, and the Founder/CEO of Amplify 4 Good, a mission-driven agency that uses rapid problem-solving to help large companies, nonprofits, and government agencies create social impact.
Since starting this journey in 2014, he’s on pace to reach this goal by working with the likes of CARE USA, Google, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Ford Motor Company, Coca-Cola, Google For Startups, United Negro College Fund, Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation, Village Capital, and the White House HBCU Initiative. Joey is also the Co-Founder of the Atlanta Black Tech initiative where he serves as the Lead for the Startups and K-12 divisions.
Evident as a Hive Global Leader, Inaugural White House Demo Day Invitee, and Outstanding Atlanta Alumnus, he has received the Technology Association of Georgia’s (TAG) Diversity in Tech Game Changer Award for Community Engagement and Equity Champion Award by Startup Atlanta. Currently, he serves on the boards for Startup Atlanta, Venture Atlanta, and the Georgia Social Impact Collaborative as well as advisory boards SXSW and SOCAP’s Spectrum Conference.
Solving Social Problems with Technology
Join us for a panel to hear from social good organizations, non-profits and startups using technology to solve some of society's most challenging problems.
Going Digital: The Future of Travel Brands
Join us for a discussion on the hacks, habits, and hustles of travel entrepreneurs leveraging digital, social and technology to build their brands.
Generating Tech-Enabled Big Ideas For Social Impact
Prepare for getting your tech-enabled idea built by learning our innovative process for being a breakthrough social impact thinker and leader using a culturally relevant approach.
Tech For Social Good
Technology has transformed the way society interacts. In this talk we will hear from several companies who are utilizing tech as a tool for social good and driving connection.
Tech and Culture
This engaging panel series examines how technology impacts culture in Atlanta and how it will continue to influence the way we engage with art, music, events, and each other!
Startups For Social Good
Join us on Sept 25th as we’re joined by four social entrepreneurs passionate about creating change.
Celebrating Black in Tech: Entrepreneur Stories + Resources
Join us for a series of lightning talks by Black entrepreneurs, to hear about their path to and most valued resources for success.