Connect with your peers while staying on top of trends and information critical to your position and organization with TBTF’s Peer Networks. These networks meet regularly and are developed and managed by fellow TBTF members. Peer Networks are open to individuals employed with a TBTF Member Company that meet the appropriate criteria for a network. Contact Kimberly Wander if you are interested in joining any of the peer networks listed below.
The Engine Network
Dedicated to people who make technology run. This group is comprised of the fabric of the tech community the frontline staff of technology departments across all types of business. For more indepth information
IT Executives Council
The IT Executives Council is open to CIOs, CTOs, VPs and other top ranking IT professionals.Additionally, the individual cannot have any sales or business development responsibilities in their role. The network meets monthly and also hosts an Annual Golf Tournament in October. Individuals interested in participating must meet this criteria ad be accepted prior to attending.
The CIO/CTO Roundtable is designed for CIOs and CTOs with at least 10 IT professionals on staff and at least $75 million in annual revenue. Each session is a facilitated discussion and provides a confidential forum for conversation. The roundtable meets bi-monthly and also hosts special programs throughout the year. Individuals interested in participating must first be accepted into the IT Executives Council and meet the additional criteria listed above.
The Entrepreneurs Network provides tech entrepreneurs with an opportunity for networking, sharing resources and making connections for growing a successful tech company. The network meets six times a year and cultivates a community of peers while providing access to professional services and capital resources. The network is open to technology entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and investors, and professional service providers supporting emerging technology companies.
Professional Women's Network
This network provides a forum for relationship building, information sharing and professional development for women in technology and fosters and encourages young women to pursue careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). Meetings are held twice a year.