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TAG North Metro Luncheon Series Presents: Where did all the IT Developers go?


Have you noticed that the talent pool for IT is shrinking?

  • What is the best strategy for hiring the right people?
  • How are technological innovations and advancements affecting IT positions?
  • What are we doing to ensure that our future talent pool is ready and able to meet the needs of our future technology positions?
  • How can we capitalize on the heightened excitement around emerging technologies for our organizations?

Join us to learn the answers to these questions, and many more!
Our expert panel will lead a vibrant discussion of these important issues.
You won't want to miss it!

Our panel: 

Full lunch will be served.
There will be time for networking before and after lunch.

Luncheon Fees: $30 Members and $40 Non Members

We would like to thank our Sponsors:

Monty Green brings over 26 years of youth career training, workforce development, business industry consulting experience. Monty is currently the Founder and Executive Director of Wisdom to BELIEVE Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides career and workforce development services to youth and young adults in the IT sector. Mr. Green began the organization in 2012 to assist underserved youth to better prepare themselves for high demand technical careers and to address the skills development gap that exists in today’s marketplace.

Monty’s passion for leading and assisting others in the field of workforce and career development, healthcare information technology and education has afforded him the honor of currently serving as the Metro Atlanta Industry Partnership’s IT Sector Subject Matter Expert. This role allows Mr. Green to assist the IT industry’s employer community determine its workforce priorities and needs.

In addition, Mr. Green serves on several Boards within the business, academic and civic communities. Some recent Board appointments include Metro Atlanta Chamber Board of Advisors, Technology Association of Georgia’s HIT Advisory Board and Southern Polytechnic State University’s Technology Leadership Board.

Dr. David A. Bishop is a technologist, consultant, researcher, entrepreneur, and instructor with over 25 years of experience in telecommunications, transportation, government, and utility industries. David holds a Bachelor of Computer Engineering degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology, an MBA with a concentration in IT management, and a Doctorate in Business Administration from Georgia State University. He is the author of Metagility: Managing Agile Development for Competitive Advantage, Elizabeth’s Song, The Big Brother’s Guides, and numerous other books and articles and is a frequent contributor to IEEE’s Engineering Management Review, and an inventor of several U.S. patents.

David is CEO and Founder of Agile Worx, LLC, (http://www.agile-worx.com) a firm that provides program and project management software tools, training, and consulting services. He is a member and committee chair for the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) based in Geneva Switzerland, a member of ANSI, and a Senior Member of the IEEE and the Association for Computing Machinery. David is also a research associate with the Center for Engaged Business Research at Georgia State University and founding chair for the Atlanta chapter of the IEEE Technology and Engineering Management Society.

Angeleen Wilson is a mom, a data wrangler, dapp developer helping to create blockchain solutions in crop science. Her professional background includes radio, television, BI development and distributed ledger technology. She also host the Women of Blockchain in Atlanta to help encourage women interested in blockchain to participate in emerging technology. She has organized and is working with various state legislators, leaders, enterprise businesses and communities building the Georgia Blockchain Coalition while leading Atlanta Blockchain Week each year.

Jackie Costello came on board with Cox 4 ½ years ago and she considers it her best career decision. She works in Cox Talent Acquisition (CTA) as a technical recruiter supporting network engineering, outside plant and construction, and Enterprise Dev Ops from time to time. She is heavily involved with the Veteran ERG, Talent Acquisition Brand Ambassador Program, as well as other CTA improvement projects for 2019.

Prior to Cox she worked for Georgia Tech in human resources supporting the college of engineering, college of computing and college of sciences. She was also responsible for hiring and managing the temporary employees on campus.

She received her bachelor’s degree from Rollins College and a Masters of Hospitality and Tourism Management from the University of Central Florida.

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