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  • Attending AGBT 2023 General Meeting

    I'm excited to announce that I'll be attending the AGBT 2023 general meeting in Hollywood, Florida! If anyone from the community is planning to attend, let's meet up at the event.

    I'll be there from the evening of February 6th until late on the 9th. It would be great to get to know more of our members and you can tell me all about your work.

    You can message me here or send me an email. Either way, I hope to see you at the event!

    ~Ben






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