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TechBirmingham Elects New Board


TechBirmingham Elects New Board

Birmingham, AL, March 20, 2014—TechBirmingham is pleased to announce the following individuals have been elected to serve on its Board of Directors for 2014:

Johnathan Austin
President, Birmingham City Council

April Benetollo
SVP Marketing, Daxko

Cecil Bostany
Partner, Warren Averett

Jay Brandrup
Principal, Kinetic Communications

Brian Cauble
Intermark Digital Group

Steven Ceulemans
VP Innovation & Technology, BBA

James Childs
Partner, Bradley Arant

Drew Deaton

Francis Hare
Marketing Director, ConcertCare

Robin Hunt
CEO, ThinkData Solutions

Denise Jeffries
SVP Enterprise Data Services, Regions

Lisa KianoffL.
President, Kianoff & Associates, Inc.

Glenn Kinstler
Business Development, 2B Solutions

G.T. LaBorde
CEO, Illumicare

Devon Laney
COO, Innovation Depot

Andrea MacMillan
Sales, ITAC Solutions

Bobby Middleton
Executive Director, Product Management, McKesson Connected Care & Analytics

Phillip Miles
VP Sales, CTS

Mike Oakman
COO, Telegraph Branding

Anthony Oni
Alabama Power Company

Shegun Otulana
CEO, Zertis/TheraNest

Tanveer Patel
CEO, Concert Care

Johnathan Poarch
Sr. Information Technology Specialist,
Southern Research Institute

Jennifer Skjellum
President, Runtime Computing Solutions

India Vincent
Attorney, Burr Forman

Gary York
Chairman, Emergency CallWorks

TechBirmingham is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit membership tech association focused on growing the technology ecosystem and innovation economy in our region. TechBirmingham was originally formed by key leaders in Birmingham in 2002 with the goal to lead, support and coordinate the start-up, attraction, growth, retention and expansion of technology-based businesses, investments and jobs. Today, TechBirmingham is focused on increasing national exposure and recognition of the growing number of local software and technology companies, increasing technical education and training opportunities in our region, and connecting technologists to form a community to improve our region’s competitive advantage—while increasing the number of early-stage start-ups and overall innovation.

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