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Aug. 24, 2016 11:54 am

Now’s your chance to hang with City Hall’s startup czar

Generocity is conducting a public interview with Archna Sahay in the Technical.ly Slack. It's tomorrow, so mark your calendars.

Archna Sahay.

(Photo courtesy of Lauren Hertzler)

Tony “Reese’s Pieces” Abraham, lead reporter of Technical.ly sister site Generocity.org, has an interview he wants you to sit in on.

For Generocity’s Leaders of Color series, he’s talking to Archna Sahay on our public Slack channel. Sahay heads up the city’s efforts to support emerging tech businesses and has past experience in banking and venture capital. (Read more in this Technical.ly Philly profile from February 2015.)

In short, she’s a driving force behind the city’s innovation efforts and this public interview is a great get.

The Slack event is tomorrow — Thursday, Aug. 25 — from noon to 1 p.m.

Generocity wants your input:

We’ll be opening up the floor to folks in the Slack #impact channel, so this is your chance to ask Sahay some questions of your own about the city’s Startup PHL program, her path to leadership or her sick dance moves (as witnessed during Technical.ly’s Philly Tech Week closing party). If you don’t have a Slack account or aren’t already in the Technical.ly Slack, hit up the big orange button below.

Join the Technical.ly Slack

(Editor’s note: We can confirm Sahay’s dance-floor wizardry.)




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