To All Seattle SIM Members,
I’m very excited to invite you to attend the 2017 Seattle Technology Leadership Summit. As you are probably aware, this is Seattle SIM’s primary fund-raising event with our net proceeds being donated to our chosen local charities (e.g., YearUp and Ada Developers Academy). Representatives will be available to explain their missions and how you can further support their causes beyond these donations.
Many of our fellow SIM members and local colleagues are speaking, and I know they will appreciate your support at their breakouts. I’ve had so many fascinating conversations with our speakers while putting together the agenda and have only one concern: how can I choose among several interesting, relevant, simultaneous sessions? I guess I’ll need to bring another IT leader from my staff, or rely on SIM members to share their learnings and insights during networking breaks or via Twitter. #SeattleTechLeader is available to use for this. How are you planning to solve this issue for yourself?
I am also thrilled that we will have representatives from the Seattle Fire Department join us for our closing keynote and cocktail hour. Richard Picciotto, FDNY Chief & highest ranking firefighter to survive the World Trade Center collapse will provide unparalleled lessons and insights, and we’ll have an opportunity to thank him and our local heroes.
I think all of the Program Committees’ hard work will highlight our SIM chapter as the premier professional organization for the Seattle region’s IT executives. We want to showcase support for our networking, collaboration and educational goals by having our entire chapter represented. With that, we need everyone’s support of the event by registering to attend the event ASAP.
To register, please go to the event website, HERE. Click register and enter the Promo Code: SEASIM. This code will waive your registration fee. And feel free to share this with other IT leaders you’d like to invite as guests.
I look forward to a great event and thank you in advance for your support of Seattle SIM.