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OUT Georgia Business Alliance

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’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

OUT Georgia Celebrates First-Ever Mayor of Atlanta’s LGBTQ Opportunity Fair

On Thursday, July 30, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms kicked off the first-ever Mayor’s Virtual LGBTQ Opportunity Fair that brought 800+ LGBTQ+ job seekers together with 30+ local employers of choice. The Mayor’s Virtual LGBTQ Opportunity Fair was a historic initiative by Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms to leverage the combined power of government, the

OUT Georgia to Recruit 50 LGBTQ+ and Ally Business Ambassadors from Across the State

OUT Georgia Business Alliance is relaunching its Ambassador Program and recruiting Ambassadors to represent and better inform the state’s only LGBTQ+ and Ally Chamber of Commerce in 2020 and beyond. “As OUT Georgia Business Alliance expands to better serve communities across Georgia, we’re looking to recruit 50 passionate LGBTQ+ and ally Ambassadors to help represent

OUT Georgia Responds to State’s Economic Reopening

OUT Georgia Business Alliance proudly serves as Georgia’s only LGBTQ+ and allied chamber of commerce, representing many Georgians at the intersection of those most vulnerable to COVID-19’s devastating health and economic impact. We advocate for Georgia’s meaningful and timely economic recovery, but we are concerned that Governor Kemp’s plan to reopen Georgia businesses starting Friday,