The ECN is made up of a group of more than 500 self-selected staff members from 90 different departments who are interested in event planning or expanding their skill sets at Georgia Tech.

The Event Leadership Team is responsible for the group's strategic oversight and direction.

Have questions? Email the ECN

Upcoming Events

ECN Summer Bootcamp
Thursday, July 22, 2021
10 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Gatherly

Join this summer's bootcamp to learn about the future of the hospitality industry, including tapping for anxiety management, Protocol 101, and best practices for engaging students post-pandemic. You'll hear from other campus partners with updates about the fall, including procurement and catering.
 

Join the event here: ecnbootcamp.event.gatherly.io

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Join the ECN

Have an event planning job or interested in honing your event planning skills? All members of the Georgia Tech community are invited to join the ECN to receive monthly resources, professional development experiences, and networking opportunities.

ECN Leadership

The ECN is run by event enthusiasts across campus who serve in a variety of roles. 

Past Highlighted Events

Make Your Event Accessible with the Center for Inclusive Design and Innovation (CIDI)

This event reviewed accessibility at virtual and in-person events and programs. Through group conversation, participant learned skills and knowledge to include in their 2021 programming and beyond. Subject matter experts reviewed closed captioning, relevant technology, programming language, and so much more!

Presenters: 

Shaina Walker, Marketing and Events Coordinator, CIDI

Tori Hughes, Outreach Specialist, Tools for Life, CIDI

 

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Black History Month: Racial Politics of Time 

The ECN Membership Committee hosted this event in March to continue the Black History Month celebration. They discussed the following questions and listed below each question are a few responses shared by ECN members. ECN members were encouraged to watch the 12-minute TED Talk prior to the event.  

Discussed Questions and Answers

Women's History Month: Why We Have Too Few Women Leaders 

The ECN Membership Committee hosted this event to discuss women and the path to leadership. Members were encouraged to watch the 15-minte TED Talk prior to attending to discuss the below questions. Responses from ECN members are outlined below each question. 

Discussed Questions and Answers Event Recording

Annual Workshops

Connect and collaborate with individuals possessing similar job functions.

Professional Development

Event planning resources and real time updates on policies and procedures.

Strategic Plan

Updates on the ECN's goals, strategies, and initiatives.