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Written by Georgette Prater   

Georgette PraterAITP’s Women’s Technology Leadership Forum

As a Thought Leader and woman in the Technology Industry, it is my absolute honor to invite you to our largest and most-attended events – the third annual Women’s Technology Leadership Forum is a tribute to the strong, boss ladies of the IT Industry. This year’s panel features female powerhouses offering insight on their experiences leading some of Atlanta’s most innovative technology teams and organizations. Join us in talking about IT trends, best practices, climbing the corporate ladder, and Leaning In.

Join the conversation! Our panelists this year include Carolyn Prantil, VP at First Data, Brandy Porter, VP of Engineering at Big Nerd Ranch, Margaret Martin, CEO of CN2, and Alison Press, VP of Enterprise PMO at InComm

The panel will be moderated by Cynthia Curry, Director of Engagement, eHire.

We look forward to seeing you there!.
Best Regards,
Georgette Prater
President - AITP Atlanta Chapter
Region 7 Director
AITP and CompTIA have Merged E-mail
Written by John Kosar   
Earlier this month many like-minded professionals from the AITP Executive Council and CompTIA staff came together in Chicago to accomplish the common goal of planning and strategizing the future of the AITP and CompTIA partnership. Many of you may have heard of CompTIA but may not be familiar so here are a few interesting facts. CompTIA is a non-profit with $65 million in annual revenue received through their certifications in networking, security, Linux, cloud and many more. CompTIA has more than 2 million certified alumni and over 100,000 active subscribers. We are excited about the impact CompTIA will have on our AITP Atlanta Chapter and nationally. The mutual value in our partnership will be realized in the engagement in AITP’s monthly educational dinner programming and the opportunity to contribute to a social networking group with career minded professionals.

Very simply, AITP and CompTIA are committed to serve, inspire and empower technology professionals. CompTIA is well positioned to continue to serve the industry while AITP is uniquely connected to serve the technology professionals. Together AITP and CompTIA will be a voice and an advocate for the technology industry, serving technology professionals and empowering the next generation of the workforce in communities around the world.

Remember, no matter how sophisticated the technology, it still takes people.

John E. Kosar, III
AITP Southern District Director
AITP Executive Council
Message from the President E-mail
Written by Georgette Prater   
Georgette PraterHappy New Year to our AITP Members and Friends.

As we move into the New Year, I look forward to limitless possibilities, not only for our organization and our chapter, but for all of you personally and professionally. 2015 was an awesome year for our chapter. Under the leadership of David Still, we made some amazing progress, our Board of Directors worked together to put together some outstanding Thought Leadership dinner meetings, a truly insightful CIO dinner and we had some enjoyable and productive events.

I humbly invite you on the journey with us. We have a spectacular year planned for 2016. You are truly in for a treat with what we have in store for our members.  There will be more networking with fellow top leaders in Technology, Professional development opportunities, technology insights and just a plain old good time. This year is AITP’s 65th anniversary and we will continue being a staple and exemplary IT professional organization. We are dedicated to our members and our volunteers and I look forward to seeing you all on Thursday the 21st at our 1st dinner meeting of the year. We have a few surprises in store for you.

Thank you all in advance for being a part of our Atlanta Professional network and being a part of our amazing organization.
Best Regards,
Georgette Prater
President Elect - AITP Atlanta Chapter
Region 7 Director
2016 Women in Technology Leadership Forum E-mail
Written by John Kosar   

AITP Atlanta Women Super Powers Unite on Stage


2016 Women in Technology Leadership Forum


The AITP Atlanta Chapter hosted a powerhouse of Women Technology Leaders at our Third Annual Women Technology Leadership Forum. The dinner programming for our chapter continues to produce outstanding content and conversations. The distinguished panelists took the stage and were guided by the delightful and engaging moderator Cynthia Curry, Director of Engagement with eHire, on a series of questions as well as a fun and interactive live poll. The poll started with asking the panelists and attendees which super hero they aligned themselves with most. Read on to learn a little bit more about the exciting panelist discussions.

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