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Women in Digital launches Philly chapter

The 1,500+ member association for women in digital marketing landed in town during Philly Tech Week. Join the group's open meetup next week.

Five members of Women in Digital. Left to right: Atiya Goldsmith, Priscilla Signini, Collie Turner, Nicole Hallberg and Nikki Stout. (Courtesy photo)

With some 1,500 members scattered across 37 cities, Women in Digital (WiD) is a sizable organization of women in digital marketing.

During Philly Tech Week 2018, the group launched its Philadelphia chapter with local copywriter Nicole Hallberg as “City Champion” and Wilmington, Del.-based Collie Turner as vice president. The group aims to accelerate “the advancement and growth of women in digital creative fields” through in-person meetups and a virtual network.

“As a member-based network that connects women with resources and each other, the Philadelphia branch meets monthly on the second floor at Strangelove’s in Philadelphia; WiD’s biggest perk, though, is probably its Slack channel, which members can access to network both locally and nationally,” our sister site Delaware reports.

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The group will host its next meetup July 18 at Strangelove’s in Center City. Though access to the meetup is free, the group charges a monthly membership of $25.

(Another group in a similar space, that also aims to connect the Philly-Wilmington corridor, is Great Dames.)

Philly Tech Week yielded the launch of at least one more local chapter for women-in-tech groups: the industry-agnostic Brazen Philly, which works on supporting female entrepreneurs and helping them grow their business (and recently had an activation at the PHL Innovation Picnic).

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