TechBridge Hosts 21st Annual Digital Ball

Jun 22, 2021
TechBridge Digital Ball - Level Up


On Tuesday, May 18th, TechBridge will host its 21st annual Digital Ball. This year’s theme is “Level Up,” and will include masquerade components, as guests are invited to dress up and wear their best disguise. Following the latest CDC guidelines, the event will be held entirely virtually and streamed on several platforms including YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn. 

While the Digital Ball will be virtually enjoyed from the comfort of home, attendees are invited to get involved and connect with other participants through networking rooms organized by TechBridge. Some highlights guests can look forward to are musical performances by Atlanta-based artists Gritz & Jelly Butter and Lennox Armstrong; presentation of the Ed Stienike CIO Award, and the 2021 Community Leader Award to this year’s recipients.  

Over the past 20 years, the Digital Ball has been the most anticipated event on the TechBridge calendar. The Ball is a time to connect as a community and reiterate the importance and significance of TechBridge’s mission: to eliminate generational poverty through the innovative use of technology. All funds raised during the event go to support the work in TechBridge’s four pillars: hunger relief, homeless support, social justice, and workforce development.  

More information about the 2021 Digital Ball, including the event schedule, registration links, and how to watch the event, can be found on this webpage 

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