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OUT Georgia Business Alliance

Final Call for Session Proposals for 2020 LGBTQ+ Business Summit

FINAL CALL FOR SESSION PROPOSALS TO BE CONSIDERED FOR 2020 LGBTQ+ BUSINESS SUMMIT OUT Georgia Business Alliance is calling for session proposals for its upcoming 2020 LGBTQ+ Business Summit & Community Honors, presented by Georgia Power held November 17-19. This year’s LGBTQ+ Business Summit (November 17-18) will feature premier and peer-led sessions, plus an interactive

Nominations Open for 2020 Most Influential LGBTQ+ Georgians List, Community Honors

NOMINATIONS ARE OPEN FOR OUT GEORGIA’S 2020 MOST INFLUENTIAL LGBTQ+ GEORGIANS AND COMMUNITY HONORS OUT Georgia Business Alliance is calling for nominations for its 2020 Most Influential LGBTQ+ Georgians List and our Community Honors spotlight awards, which will both be unveiled at our upcoming 2020 LGBTQ+ Business Summit & Community Honors, presented by Georgia Power

OUT Georgia Celebrates Atlanta Pride 2020

On behalf of the OUT Georgia Business Alliance, we want to extend our wishes for a safe, healthy, and fun Atlanta Pride 2020! OUT Georgia is proud to stand behind the Atlanta Pride Committee as the nonprofit organization celebrates 50 years with an extensive lineup of Virtual Festival Programming. Be sure to visit AtlantaPride.org and

OUT Georgia Highlights New and Renewing Members for September 2020

Since 1994, OUT Georgia Business Alliance has served the LGBTQ+ and Allied business community by advocating for the most inclusive and equitable business environment; providing support and resources to fuel economic growth; and driving meaningful community connections and impact across the State of Georgia. OUT Georgia would like to highlight our Members proudly joining or

A Look Back at the 2019 Community Awards

On Friday, September 20, 2019, the Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (AGLCC) held its 2019 Community Awards Dinner, bringing the LGBTQ+ community together to celebrate one another at the Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta. The gala-style event was also the opportunity to unveil the new branding and scope of the chamber of commerce organization,

OUT Georgia Serves as Community Partner, Sponsors Three Films for 2020 Out on Film Festival

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ATLANTA, Ga., September 21, 2020 –– OUT Georgia Business Alliance is proud to serve as Community Partner and sponsor of three films during the 33rd annual Out on Film Festival, presented by WarnerMedia. Running September 24 through October 4, 2020, the Out on Film Festival will bring 39 features (24 narrative films, 15

OUT Georgia Highlights New and Renewing Members for August 2020

Since 1994, OUT Georgia Business Alliance has served the LGBTQ+ and Allied business community by advocating for the most inclusive and equitable business environment; providing support and resources to fuel economic growth; and driving meaningful community connections and impact across the State of Georgia. OUT Georgia would like to highlight our Members proudly joining or

OUT Georgia’s Gabrielle Claiborne, Transformation Journeys Worldwide Featured in Out for LGBTQ+ Business Event

OUT Georgia Business Alliance is proud to share that Board Secretary and Inclusion Chair Gabrielle Claiborne and her business Transformation Journeys Worldwide will be featured during the Out for LGBTQ+ Business virtual event held Friday, September 4, 2020 at 1:00pm Eastern, hosted by the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC) and Out for Biden. “This

Member News: Out on Film Festival Announces 2020 Lineup, Special Events

Out on Film presented by WarnerMedia announces film lineup and special events for this year’s 33rd edition of the film festival (September 24-October 4) Cindy Abel’s SURVIVING THE SILENCE is the Opening Night selection, and Monica Zanetti’s ELLIE AND ABBIE (& ELLIE’S DEAD AUNT) gets the Closing Night nod Margaret Cho will receive the Out on Film Icon Award, Kevin Williamson

OUT Georgia Welcomes Malik Brown to Board of Directors

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ATLANTA, Ga., August 24, 2020 –– OUT Georgia Business Alliance, serving as Georgia’s only LGBTQ+ and Allied Chamber of Commerce, is proud to announce the addition of Malik Brown to the Board of Directors. Appointed as the City of Atlanta’s Director of LGBTQ Affairs by Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, Malik Brown is the