Announcing Our Open Call for Roundtable Presenters!
Good news! Our beloved Roundtable sessions will be making an appearance at Alt Summit + The Riveter NYC 2022, and we’re looking for 24 of you to share your expertise with other attendees. If you’d like to be a speaker at our NYC conference, here’s your opportunity!
Pitch us your Roundtable Topic idea!
Interested? Great! Here’s how it’s going to work:
1. Share the topic you want to present on Instagram Stories or Reels. Present it anyway you like — video, text, images — whatever works best for you.
2. Be sure to tag @altsummit on each Story Panel or Reel. We’ll even re-share your pitch to our Instagram Community.
3. You have 1-week to pitch. Make sure to post by Thursday, August 4th to be eligible.
And yes, Roundtable Leaders will receive a FREE ticket to Alt Summit + The Riveter NYC 2022!
Here’s how Roundtables work at Alt Summit:
Roundtables each feature a presenter at a table (it’s round, of course!), ready to share their knowledge on a specific topic. There are two roundtable sessions that each last 55 minutes and happen during the afternoon of the conference. The 2:00pm roundtable session will feature 12 Roundtable Leaders presenting on 12 different topics. The 3:00pm roundtable session will feature another group of 12 Roundtable leaders presenting on 12 different topics. That makes 24 different Roundtables total, with 24 different topics.
During each session, the time is split into two 25-minute halves (with a 5-min break between), and it works like this: Attendees come to a presenter’s table, the presenter talks for 15-20 minutes, and then discusses things with their roundtable attendees for another 5-10 minutes. At the 25 minute mark, attendees choose another table, and presenters will start again with a new group.
If you’re doing the math, that means if an attendees decides to attend both Roundtable Sessions, they will get to choose 4 different roundtables, and learn about 4 different topics. It’s a one-day conference, but we promise to fill it with as much learning and inspiration as possible.
Alright, let’s get pitching!