Black Tech NOLA Partners With LifeTagger To Expand Digital Footprint

LifeTagger, a business with the aim of transforming an organization’s information, service, and experience delivery, has announced its partnership for the third consecutive year with NOLAvate Black’s 5th annual Black Tech NOLA conference, to provide attendees with exclusive content.

Black Tech NOLA is the largest convening of tech creatives in the south celebrating the intersection of tech, art, and culture.

It was first launched in 2018 but in 2020, Black Tech NOLA received over 1100 registrants and participants from around the globe for its first-ever virtual event with talks, panel discussions, virtual happy hours, giveaways, and job recruitment opportunities.

“Working with the community builders at Black Tech NOLA for the last three years has been a fantastic opportunity for us,” LifeTagger CoFounder Kendrick Pullen said. “We are honored to deliver the phenomenal content they produce to their in-person and virtual attendees for the past three years”

Who is the founder?

Black Tech NOLA is presented by NOLAvate Black, which was founded by CEO Sabrina Short, a community organizer and tech advocate.

Short’s unwavering passion for community and social justice has driven her to build the largest Black tech community in the Gulf South. A native of New Orleans, Sabrina has over 19 years of social impact work and has been recognized nationally for her grassroots efforts.

Abbianca Makoni

Abbianca Makoni is a content executive and writer at POCIT! She has years of experience reporting on critical issues affecting diverse communities around the globe.

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