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Agile on the Green 2013
October 7, 2013
Alpharetta Athletic Club
Agile named to the Atlanta Business Chronicle 2013 Pacesetter List at Awards Breakfast
May 2, 2013
Agile Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary as a Leader in IT Staffing
April 9, 2013
Agile recognized at City of Alpharetta Business Awards breakfast for 2012 achievements
April 1, 2013
Agile CEO Tricia Dempsey Joins Board of Advisors for TAG Health
January 15, 2013
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Agile is an active member of the Atlanta community and an avid supporter of local organizations and charitable causes.
Susan G. Komen for the Cure
Our annual Agile on the Green golf event has raised over $200,000 to date to help in the fight against breast cancer. We also participate in the annual Race for a Cure as a team. This is a charity that’s very close to our hearts as Agile was founded during a time when our CEO was fighting breast cancer herself. To learn more about the Komen Foundation visit www.komenatlanta.org.
Women In Technology (WIT
We stay actively involved in Atlanta’s technology community through our leadership role in WIT, www.mywit.org. WIT's mission is to promote women in technology in Georgia for success. WIT's signature events include WIT Connect and Woman of the Year Awards. In addition, WIT offers leadership & development opportunities to all women, no matter where you are on the career track.
Atlanta Children's Shelter
We support the Atlanta Children's Shelter with annual clothing and coat drives. The Atlanta Children's Shelter provides free, quality day care, emotional support, an educational curriculum for homeless children, and focused social services for their families. The organization is dedicated to helping families overcome the issues that contribute to homelessness, including domestic violence and job loss, with a focus on the long term self-sufficiency of the family.
"Agile has proven year in and year out what it means to give back to the community. Through their annual Agile on the Green golf tournament, they have raised more than $200,000 to help fund lifesaving breast cancer screening and treatment programs for women and men in the Atlanta area."