Staying Connected with your CTA Community
Dear CTA Members,
Even if we’re separated, we’re all in this together.
At CTA, we’re here to ensure that tech thrives in Colorado. Our priority is to support our members and the community at large through this time of uncertainty. We’re collaborators in Colorado and the physical distancing isn’t going to change that.
Technology is at our core, and it’s technology that affords many of us the ability to continue our work and be connected with family and friends. This is the time to maximize the many tools and resources our own tech industry has to offer and lean into our strength of collaboration.
CTA is committed to providing you resources and opportunities to connect. We’ve shared some information on how to engage below. Please continue to let us know how we can best serve you in the coming days and weeks.
When I look back on challenging times in my life, I’ve always found silver linings when I least expected them. It may be as simple as a warm smile or an unexpected laugh.
May you have many silver linings.
With much gratitude,
President & CEO
Colorado Technology Association
We Want to Hear From You!
Although we have chosen to close our physical office in Denver for as long as is needed, our staff will remain available by phone, email, and are happy to schedule virtual meetings with you. Please feel free to call our main line at 303-592-4070 and leave a voicemail so that we may direct your call to the appropriate person on our team or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Participate in our Virtual Events and Council Meetings
For the next few weeks, we’re making all of our programs and council meetings available virtually, including our Tech Affairs Council and our Womenar. You can find additional virtual events and programming listed on our Event Calendar.
Secure your Ticket for C-Level @ A Mile High
As we announced last week, we’ve rescheduled our C-Level @ A Mile High event to Thursday, July 30, 2020 at Empower Field. C-Level serves as our largest fundraiser of the year and is an event many look forward to attending on an annual basis. We can’t wait to bring the community together on July 30th.
Support the Community
The Colorado community is coming together with responsible efforts to slow and lessen the impacts of COVID-19. During this challenging time, nonprofits and businesses are being impacted. Support them if you can by making a donation, buying a gift card or contributing your skills.
Working remotely? Still want to engage in other ways than attending virtual events? Share on our News, Blog and Event Calendar sections on our website or across our social media channels. Our team will be reaching out with further engagement opportunities and feel free to reach out to our Membership and Engagement Manager Lindsey McGee at email@example.com.