Win LWTSUMMIT NYC and squash FOMO with a Livestream Watch Party

Don’t worry, we got you!

Whether you are at work or hanging with other badass queer women in tech + allies, here are some easy steps you can take to host a summit viewing party. Join us, be with your people, and curb the FOMO with a free LiveStream Ticket: bit.ly/LWTLIVESTREAMNY17

Joining during your 9–5 day while at work? This is for you:

#1 : Reserve a room/space. Be sure it has a TV with internet access.

#2: New York Summit Watch Party Sign Up: bit.ly/LWTWATCHPARTY. We see you and you and you.

#3. Invite your coworkers (LGBTQ ERG folks, Women’s ERG {yes lesbians are women too} , that cool coworker who commented on your rad Lesbians Who Tech / Queer Women Code computer sticker)

#4: Use your Livestream access day of to enjoy all the amazing speakers and quiet your FOMO.

#5: Perhaps some LaCroix? Pro Tip: Leanne only drinks Grapefruit LaCroix. #nowyouknow

#5: Tweet a group photo of your watch party and we will show it from the main stage at the Summit. #LWTFIGHTFOMO #LWTWATCHPARTY

Hanging with friends to watch at home, a friend’s house or somewhere in the community? This one is for you:

#1: Invite your pals: Whether it’s a Facebook event, group text, or email, be sure to send out a calendar invite with all the details. And get your snacks in order. Don’t skimp on the La Croix.

#2: New York Summit Watch Party Sign Up: bit.ly/LWTWATCHPARTY. We see you and you and you.

#3: Tech set-up: Be sure you have a plan to watch from a laptop. This includes that pesky HDMI cable that goes from your laptop to the TV. Oh and that charging cable because you won’t want to miss one minute of the summit!

#4: Use your Livestream access day of to enjoy all the amazing speakers and quiet your FOMO.

Did you really think we’d let you miss it?


Full agenda here bit.ly/LWTSUMMITNY17GENDA

Lesbians Who Tech Pro Tip:

Post on social media and tag us! #LWTFIGHTFOMO #LWTWATCHPARTY. Hit us with your best livestream viewing party selfies!

Ready, set, go! See you on the interwebs.

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