TAG to Convene Members in Four Cities this Fall

Mar 26, 2024

Chicago, IL – The Technology Association of Grantmakers (TAG) is pleased to announce the dates for their much anticipated “TAGlocal” events, to be held this fall in four U.S. cities. The one-day events will convene members for knowledge sharing, networking, and collaboration to address timely issues within a local context. With the aim of creating an accessible and equitable interactive learning experience and a platform for members to connect with their peers, TAGlocals will take the place of the large global conference this year.

Similar to the TAGreconnect series in 2021, this year TAG members from private, family, and community foundations will be invited to gather at the following locations:

  • Chicago, IL – September 11
  • New York City, NY – September 26
  • Washington, DC – October 10
  • San Francisco, CA – October 24 

“One of the greatest assets of the TAG network is the expertise and experience within our membership,” said TAG Executive Director, Jean Westrick. “TAGlocal events will bring regional perspectives together and facilitate an opportunity for members to learn, share, and collaborate in ways that will not only inform their organizational practices but advance the field as well.”

Registration for the TAGlocal events will open this summer. Attendance will vary by location but is expected to remain smaller to facilitate a collegial atmosphere for knowledge exchange and networking. 

The next full conference, TAG2025, will be hosted in Atlanta, Georgia, USA from November 10-12. For more information on TAGlocal events, please visit www.tag2024.org.


Tracie Mooneyham
Director of Community Engagement

About the Technology Association of Grantmakers

TAG is a 501(c)(3) non-profit membership organization that promotes the strategic, innovative, and equitable use of technology in philanthropy to solve problems and improve lives. With over 2000 members in 300 foundations throughout North America and beyond, TAG is the voice of technology in the philanthropic sector, providing technology professionals, tech funders, and “accidental techies” with knowledge, networks, mentoring, and educational opportunities.

Since 2008, the Technology Association of Grantmakers (TAG) has built a global community, conducted groundbreaking research, and become an advocate for investment in tech infrastructure throughout the charitable sector. For more information, visit tagtech.org.