August 4, 2020 - A Virtual Event
NOTE: THE VIRTUAL LINK HAS BEEN SENT TO ALL REGISTERED ATTENDEES.
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The NTC Annual Meeting is going virtual!
Same great content, same great speakers, same networking opportunities, delivered right to you.
Now more than ever we feel it is important to bring our tech community together to not only reflect on what has changed and transpired over the last few months but to also look ahead and engage in meaningful discussion about how we as a community accelerate into a rapidly changing future.
We are excited to announce that we will be using the virtual platform Lunchpool to bring the Annual Meeting experience right to you!
Through the platform, you will have the opportunity to engage in virtual table based-networking (just like in-person!) before heading into our scheduled presentation. While networking, you will be able to move around freely from table to table and connect with fellow attendees via video and text chat.
So bring your coffee and join us at the Annual Meeting!
After the morning networking session, all attendees will be invited to join the virtual presentation portion of the event.
A keynote address from Michelle Peluso, SVP Digital Sales & Chief Marketing Officer of IBM.
Michelle Peluso, Senior Vice President of Digital Sales and Chief Marketing Officer at IBM, will share her perspective on how Covid-19 has accelerated the digital transformation of companies across a broad spectrum of applications, and how IBM is helping those companies innovate. Her presentation will dive into the ways in which AI, Cloud & Blockchain are changing the way we work, how IBM?s innovative workforce development programs are shifting the future of work, and why diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives are a necessary part of building for the future.
As Senior Vice President of Digital Sales and Chief Marketing Officer, Michelle oversees all global marketing and brand initiatives, client experience, and runs the digital sales and commercial channel for the IBM company. Prior to IBM, Michelle was CEO of Gilt from 2013 until the sale of Gilt to Hudson's Bay Company (HBC) in February of 2016. She previously served as the Global Consumer Chief Marketing and Internet Officer of Citigroup from 2009 until 2013. From 2002 to 2009, Michelle was the CEO of Travelocity, which she joined following the company's acquisition of Site59, a travel site she created and launched in 1999 as CEO.
& honoring our 2020 NTC Hall of Fame Award Recipient:
Marty Paslick, CIO of HCA Healthcare
Marty Paslick is Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer of Nashville, Tennessee-based HCA Healthcare, one of the nation?s leading providers of healthcare services. He has been with HCA Healthcare for more than three decades and leads the company?s Information Technology Group (ITG), which provides IT strategy and support for HCA Healthcare and its 185 hospitals and approximately 2,000 sites of care. ITG has more than 5,800 employees across the U.S. and includes five data centers and 15 division support centers responsible for delivering IT services to HCA Healthcare, as well as more than 125 non-HCA Healthcare facilities. He became responsible for the day-to-day operations of IT when he was named the department?s first Chief Operating Officer in 2010 and later appointed HCA Healthcare?s Chief Information Officer in 2012.
Marty is a leader in the Nashville area technology community, having shaped the direction of IT in the region for more than thirty years. He has been a longtime supporter of efforts to build-up the community, investing time and resources into education and professional development initiatives, championing a culture of volunteerism within HCA and beyond, and promoting collaboration across companies and industries. He is a former Board Chair of the Greater Nashville Technology Council (2004) and also a past Board Member of the Nashville Chamber of Commerce. He has been recognized by the Nashville Business Journal as one of the hundred most powerful leaders in Nashville, was a member of Computerworld?s 2012 Premier IT Leaders? class, and in 2014 won the NTC CIO of the Year Award.
Program also includes:
- Our annual State of the Industry address from NTC CEO Brian Moyer, including a timely discussion on the impact of COVID-19, the response of the local tech community, and how we as a community accelerate into the future.
- Opportunities for virtual video-based networking with other attendees before and after the event
- Giveaways and virtual swag bags
& more to be announced!
Please note: All tickets purchased for the in-person event will be automatically transferred to the virtual event. All registered attendees will receive a separate email ahead of the event with instructions for logging into the virtual platform.
The 2020 NTC Annual Meeting is presented by
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