A TALK 8/09 Briefing | Aug. 9, 2020
COVID-19 TALK Updates
Only $99 per individual and $300 per company to join as a member! Find the archive of our COVID-19 TALK updates onthe TALK page . Also, read us on Linked In, and Facebook at Technology Association of Louisville Kentucky plus Twitter @talklou! Stay safe and enjoy the remaining summer days!

Upcoming Virtual Events
Weds., Aug. 12, Noon. Strategy for Survival:

Weds., Aug. 12, 4 PM. Virtual Happy Hour. Venture Club of Indiana.

Weds., Aug. 12, 6 PM. The Second Pandemic...From the Perspective of Four Louisville Women. Hosted By Network of Entrpreneurial Women. Free.

Thurs., Aug. 13, Noon. Manufacturing Executive Roundtable with KAM. With Dave Smith, VP of Big Ass Fans. Free.

Thurs., Aug. 13, 3 PM. LouLab - YBM: The Black Experience in Louisville. Enter password: 938122.
Thurs., Aug. 13, 6:30 PM. Business Innovation with Kedma Ough. Inventors Network KY. $10.

Tues., Aug. 18, 9:30 AM. Global Executive Forum: Outlook for the US Economy. Presented by World Trade Center of KY. Non-members: $40.

Added: New TALK & TechGirlz Course for August 13 & 14 for Middle Schoolers

TALK has been offering summer virtual classes, via its board members, to middle school girls in this unique partnership with TechGirlz and LCCC in Louisville. 
This will be our last summer course, however we look to offer one virtual TechGirlz course through February 2021. So stay tuned, as we line up our programs! Register your daughter today on Eventbrite. It’s free. Bypass Eventbrite by registering via this link!

August 13 & 14, 4 PM to 5 PM

In this workshop students will explore free technologies available to examine genes and visualize a family tree! Students will learn how to use online tools to create a family tree (Progeny), learn how to search a set of medical symptoms to find the genetic cause (OMIM), and search the human genome for genetic changes that can cause medical symptoms (Human Genome Browser)
The 2020 Vogt Award Winners

And, the winners are: Brain Stem University, Kare Mobile, Level Up, moxie Girl, RxLightning, and Stucco. These companies will take their businesses to the next level with prize money and accelerator workshops.
Learn more at the Community Foundation site.
UPS Cyber Team Leader in Supporting Cyber Ed Dies

We would like to take a moment to recognize the good work of Adam Decker, who was a lead cyber intelligence analyst at UPS on its cyber team in Louisville until his recent untimely death at 42 on August 1. He was an early supporter of TALK and our work at local, state, and national levels to bring the cyber engineering pathway to high school students, and summer cyber camps. He was also a Retired United States Army Veteran, serving during the Iraq war, where he earned the Meritorious Service Medal and the Iraq campaign medal.
Without the supportive corporate voices in our community, scaling tech education and talent development will not occur. Adam Decker was an important dedicated voice, working within his organization and our tech council to support student learning in cybersecurity. He will be deeply missed.