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Sabrina Short is the founder of NOLAVATE Black and the executive producer of Black Tech NOLA. She is known as the “Great Connector” because of her unwavering passion for community and social justice. A former faith-based community organizer, she has worked closely with organizations across the country advocating youth leadership and civic engagement. Mrs. Short is also a certified community developer through the Communities of Shalom at Drew University. With over 15 years experience in nonprofit management and program development, Sabrina’s work has been recognized nationally for youth-led social justice campaigns around education and health in New Orleans. 
She now advocates diversity and inclusion in the technology industry through her NOLAVATE Black Initiative placing her amoung distinguished women in tech as a 2019 Ada Lovelace Nominee. She believes “It is important that we create spaces where everyone is invited, supported and included. We each have a divine right to live out our purpose and be successful doing what we love.”

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Sabrina Short

Founder, NOLAVATE Black
Connecting black techies across the Greater New Orleans region.

Tuesday July 2, 2019 10:25am - 10:35am CDT
Ace Hotel Main Stage