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The city’s tech constituency has a sizeable representation on LEADERSHIP Philadelphia’s “Connectors and Keepers” cohort for 2018.
The seven-month, invite-only program offers the city’s up-and-coming professionals access to mentorship and career-building opportunities.
Among this list of rising stars we spy startup founders like Stimulus’ Tiffanie Stanard and FixList’s Stacey Mosley. Code for Philly’s Dawn McDougall and Geekadelphia’s Neil Bardhan also landed a spot.
LEADERSHIP Philadelphia CEO Liz Dow told our sister site Generocity that the tech presence “was intentional,” and aimed at bringing more technologists into the fold of the nonprofit’s programming.-30-
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