It’s been almost two years since I signed on to the Media Director role for Girls in Tech Los Angeles. In that time, I’ve been privileged to work with many amazing people and partner organizations. We’ve thrown fantastic events, put together great panels and done a lot of work I’m very proud of.
That’s why I am somewhat sad to announce that I am officially stepping down from my role as Media Director for Girls in Tech LA. After a lot of careful consideration of my priorities, I’ve come to the conclusion that I am no longer able to give GIT LA the same amount of dedication and focus that I have been.
Going into the New Year, I am very excited about the state of Ranker and the future of the company. I am looking forward to being able to focus even more energy on that, and on being able to increase my involvement in various other projects that I’m passionate about.
Living in LA, and being a part of the vibrant LA tech scene, affords me such a wide variety of events, panels, projects and organizations that I’m passionate about. I feel very fortunate to have been able to spend so much time working with GIT LA, and very blessed to now be able to move forward pursuing other priorities in the new year.
I know GIT LA will be in great hands going forward under the leadership of Briana Ford, and I am very excited to continue my involvement with the organization and the wonderful women who are a part of it. I will remain on the board in an advisory capacity, and continue to be as involved as my schedule permits. I also look forward to continuing to build and grow the many relationships I’ve started through GIT LA, both within the organization and outside of it.
I hope everyone has a fabulous New Year’s Eve, and an amazing year to come. Here’s to a techtastic 2011!