TECH ALPHARETTA APPOINTS FOUR NEW MEMBERS TO ITS STRATEGIC BOARD OF DIRECTORS
New Executive Leaders Round Out 48-Person Board
ALPHARETTA, Ga. – Tech Alpharetta, the nonprofit organization helping the City of Alpharetta lead in innovation, announces its appointment of four new members to its Strategic Board of Directors to kick off 2023. Tech Alpharetta’s Board is comprised of the area’s leading senior executives and is focused on conceptualizing and guiding strategies for growing the Alpharetta tech ecosystem.
Tech Alpharetta’s Board features local c-suite and senior executives, city leaders and community partners. The newest Board members include:
- Scott Danner, Chief Commercial Officer at RestorePoint.ai
- Rachel Phipps, Senior Strategic Digital Partner at Chick-fil-A Corporate
- Janet Rodgers, President and CEO of Alpharetta Convention and Visitors Bureau
- Sweta Sneha, PhD., Founder & Executive Director of Healthcare Management & Informatics at Kennesaw State University
“We’re so excited to expand our Board and welcome these talented and experienced professionals,” shares Karen Cashion, President and CEO of Tech Alpharetta. “Having a wide variety of perspectives on our Board is critically important to ideation and to driving our continued mission of growing technology and innovation in the city of Alpharetta.”
Since its establishment in 2012, Tech Alpharetta and its Board have advised the city of Alpharetta on tech infrastructure and have helped to build Alpharetta’s thriving tech ecosystem. The Board’s recommendations led to the launch of Tech Alpharetta’s Innovation Center and many other notable accomplishments.
For more information about Tech Alpharetta, its mission and programs, or for information about the Tech Alpharetta Innovation Center, visit www.techalpharetta.com.
About Tech Alpharetta
Tech Alpharetta (previously the Alpharetta Technology Commission), the first organization of its kind in Georgia, was established in 2012 by the City of Alpharetta and is an independent, 501(c)(6) nonprofit organization today. The organization, whose mission is to help grow technology and innovation in Alpharetta, includes a strategic advisory board of Alpharetta’s leading technology companies, and provides technology thought leadership events for area tech executives, a STEAM mentoring program for high school students, technical and leadership development courses through its Tech Studio initiative, and the Tech Alpharetta Innovation Center, a flourishing tech startup incubator that is home to nearly 50 tech startups.