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Nashville Technology Council's 2018 Annual Meeting on Inclusion and Innovation

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October 3, 2018
7:00 AM - 10:30 AM Central
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Location:

The Bell Tower
400 4th Ave S.
Nashville, Tennessee

Date/Time:

October 3, 2018
7:00 AM - 10:30 AM Central

Actively growing, sustaining, and supporting a diverse and inclusive workforce is key to achieving business success, propelling industry growth and innovation, and cementing our region as a nationwide tech leader. Please join more than 300 members of the greater Nashville technology community as we come together to promote our region's progress, celebrate and learn from our achievements, and discuss actionable strategies for ongoing and future progress.

Featuring:

  • A keynote address from Shannon Schuyler, Principal and Chief Purpose Officer at PwC, focused on diversity and inclusion as drivers of innovative value and business success
  • A diversity and inclusion case studies and best practices panel discussion with: NTC Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony for recipient Kevin Johnson, Chief Informatics Officer, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
    • Janessa Cox-Irvin: Head of Diversity & Inclusion, AllianceBernstein
    • Logan Steen: Regional HR Consultant and site Director, Dell Nashville
    • Chris Bayham: CIO, Change Healthcare
    • Jaynee Day: President and CEO of Second Harvest Food Bank
  • Annual State of the Industry address from NTC CEO Brian Moyer
  • Release of the 2018 NTC Annual Report
  • A detailed look at Middle Tennessee's growing tech workforce, presented by MTSU professor Dr. Amy Harris
  • And now featuring a visit from the Check Your Blind Spots Mobile Tour! An interactive experience offering audiences a chance to learn about unconscious bias and become aware of how workplaces can foster an environment where diversity and inclusion thrive

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Ashley Siskey
T: 615.726.7301
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