Colorado Technology Association (CTA) is the state’s premier nonprofit tech organization, creating meaningful connections throughout our community and advancing our technology ecosystem by:

  • establishing an inclusive and diverse talent pipeline;
  • advocating for modernized policy; and
  • fostering technology industry-focused economic growth.

We serve our members by offering a forum for business development, career advancement, civic engagement, and access to influential thought leaders who are driving innovation.


We advance Colorado’s tech ecosystem through talent, advocacy, economic development and community.


Colorado is recognized as the most robust, collaborative and inclusive tech ecosystem worldwide.



Value, trust, and inclusivity at the core of all relationships.


Curiosity, agility, and innovation to harness the possible.


Accountability and quality at the highest level – we strive to be the best.


Express appreciation and thanks in all we do.


CTA is committed to building a diverse, equal, and inclusive community that encourages, supports, and celebrates the unique contributions of our community members. 

We embrace and encourage our community members’ differences in age, color, disability, ethnicity, family or marital status, gender identity or expression, language, national origin, physical and mental ability, political affiliation, race, religion, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, veteran status, background, and other characteristics that make our community exceptional. We foster a safe space to express ideas, seek to deepen our understanding of one another’s perspectives and commit to allyship that equitably serves our community. We have no tolerance for discrimination of any kind. 

This commitment is reinforced in each of our pillars – talent, policy, economic development and community – and we prioritize diverse thought leadership and participation through all of our programs, events, and community-wide initiatives. 

We’re committed to leading by example and being honest about where we can do better to approach this work with the utmost of positive intentions. We do this work even when nobody’s looking, and we hold our community accountable to do the same. 


Monica Stitt

Chief Operating Officer

Megan Concannon Sparks

VP, Programming & Community Engagement

Peter Schwartz

VP, Corporate Engagement

Cori D'Onofrio

Events + Programs Manager

Jessica Harrison

Membership Operations Manager

Eryn Mercer-Niehues

Director of Workforce Development

Deidra Smith

Tech Talent Denver Manager