After three years of holding its annual meetings virtually, the Cape Cod Technology Council is excited to welcome the public to its upcoming one on May 31 at the Club at New Seabury in Mashpee.
“It’s going to be a fun evening and a celebration of the Tech Council and the positive impact our work is having on our community,” said the nonprofit’s Executive Director Steve Smith. “This is a great opportunity to help us strengthen our work to drive innovation, enhance education, and move policy that enhances technology for all in our region.”
Tickets for the meeting, which runs from 5:30 to 8:30 pm, are $85 per person and can be purchased by clicking this link. The event will include live music, dinner, and a keynote speech by Lower Cape TV Executive Director Teresa Martin, who pens a tech column for the Cape Cod Times.
During the annual meeting, the Tech Council will recognize the contributions of Bert Jackson, who was its CEO since 2018 before moving to Hawaii with his husband Wil Rhymer at the beginning of this year. Jackson joined the Council’s board in 2009, had served as its president for nearly eight years, and was instrumental in its growth.
A portion of the proceeds from the annual meeting will support the Tech Council’s mission to communicate, promote, educate, and mentor the advancements of technologies within all sectors on Cape Cod and in Southeastern Massachusetts.
The event is made possible by the Council’s Sustaining Sponsors, Cape Light Compact, Cape Cod 5, and OpenCape Corporation.
About Cape Cod Technology Council
Founded in 1994 and incorporated in 1996, the Cape Cod Technology Council is a membership-based, events-oriented nonprofit that promotes technology and its understandings on Cape Cod, the Islands, and in Southeastern Massachusetts. The Council’s work includes supporting the direction of development of the technology infrastructure in the region to advance the growth, effectiveness, and competitiveness of member organizations; assist in the technology education for the advancement of its members as well as future generations through a variety of programs; and provide unique, meaningful, and topical presentations, discussions, forums, and events focused on technology. To learn more about the Technology Council, visit www.cctechcouncil.org.