Hitec Membership Meeting Webex Presentation (Final)


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HITEC enables business and professional growth for our members and fill the executive pipeline with the next generation of Hispanic IT leaders. Learn more about HITEC, membership benefits, and sponsorship opportunities.

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Hitec Membership Meeting Webex Presentation (Final)

  1. 1. Membership “State of HITEC” April 13, 2010 WEBEX presentation made possible by
  2. 2. HITEC Mission VISION To be the premier professional organization for Hispanic IT Executives and to significantly increase Hispanic leadership in Information Technology, globally. MISSION HITEC will enable business and professional growth for our members and fill the executive pipeline with the next generation of Hispanic IT leaders.
  3. 3. HITEC Timeline 2006  Officially set up HITEC as an incorporated organization  Board of Directors and 501c(6) status established 2007  Official Launch of HITEC and of Internet website - www.hitecglobal.org  More than 40 members joined HITEC  12 founding sponsors (GMAC, Target, Walt Disney, Oracle, Vision IT, Compuware, HP, UBS, Sun Microsystems, Diversity Inc., Korn Ferry, Latina Style)  Launched first official HITEC Summit in NYC with UBS  Held second HITEC Summit in Houston with HP during NSHMBA Conference 2008  Held 4 HITEC Summits – San Jose, CA sponsored by Cisco; Washington, DC sponsored by Georgetown University; Detroit, MI sponsored by Compuware; and Atlanta, GA sponsored by VisionIT  New corporate sponsors (Cisco, Comcast, Georgetown University, Whitney Bank)  Released First Annual HITEC Report and other media assets  Launched HITEC100 Program and released first annual publication
  4. 4. 2009-2010 Key Accomplishments  2nd Annual HITEC 100 and Rising Stars  Held 3 HITEC Summits (Dallas, Minneapolis, and Washington DC). Speakers included; - CTO of the United States of America, Honorable Aneesh Chopra, gave Keynote Address in Washington, DC - CEO of Sun Microsystems - COO of MillerCoors  Hosted Networking Receptions in Chicago sponsored by MillerCoors and Charlotte by Bank of America)  Released 2nd Annual HITEC 100 in October 2009  Developed HITEC Mentoring Program targeted at mid-level IT Managers  Numerous press releases highlighting promotions of HITEC members and organizational growth  February 2010 – Successful Symposium & Award Gala with ITSMF held in San Jose, CA. - More than 300 IT executives in attendance
  5. 5. Organizational Structure & Board HITEC Board of Directors  Chair: J. Alberto Yepez  David Campana, Chief Architect and CTO, NYC Dept. of Finance  Vice Chair: David Segura, CEO, VisionIT  Alex Mainetto, Deputy CIO, NYC DOE  President: David Olivencia, Director, Oracle  Pablo Molina, Campus CIO, Georgetown University  Treasurer: Jose Guerra, CEO, L5 Source  Ruth Rosales, Director, Procter & Gamble  Andre Arbelaez, Director of Business Development, HTC Global  Alfonso Ruiz, Senior Manager, Chrysler Corporation Services  Jose Ignacio Sordo-Galarza, Senior Director-Commercial Connect,  Ricardo Bartra, Executive Director, GSK MillerCoors  Gonzalo Begazo, Controller, Google  Pedro Suriel, Partner, Accenture Advisory Board  Carlos Amesquita, Director, Innovation, Global Business Services,  Jorge Lopez, VP, Gartner Procter & Gamble  Carmen Ortiz-McGee, President, Marathon Club  Robert Bard, CEO LatinaStyle Magazine  Mark Polansky, Managing Director, Korn Ferry International  Curvie Burton, Former Chair, ITSMF  Shari Slate, Cisco  Blanca Q. Fauble, Chair Emeritus, NSHMBA CAB  Bob West, President, Echelon One  Carolyn Johnson, VP, Diversity Inc. Committees  Advisory Board  Membership  Events  Mentoring  Finance  Sponsorship  Marketing/Technology Office Jeanette Mora, VP of Corporate & Member Relations
  6. 6. Programs & Events  HITEC Mentoring Program  HITEC 100 – Most Influential Hispanics in Technology  HITEC Executive Summits  Executive Development  Career Advancement
  7. 7. HITEC Mentoring Program  IT Directors and CIOs with major Fortune 500 corporations and government agencies.  Career advancement for IT managers  12 month program curriculum – 4 quarters, 3 sessions per quarter – Teleconference, webinar-style technologies – 1 hour sessions
  8. 8. HITEC 100 and Rising Stars Most Influential Hispanics in Technology  First released in 2008  Accomplished leaders in IT and CIO subscribers in board, executive and leadership roles  4 judge panel, voting and validation process  Voted on achievement level, scope of responsibility, and positions held  List highlights accomplishments and contributions to respective businesses, communities and countries
  9. 9. HITEC Executive Summits  Quarterly, 2-Day Event (Friday-Saturday)  Various locations throughout the country  Executive development  Engaging topics presented by leading experts – Globalization – IT Technologies – IT Skill Set Trends – Leadership  Outstanding networking opportunities with Fortune 500 senior executives (CEO's and CIO's)
  10. 10. Spring 2010 HITEC Executive Summit “Influencing the National IT Agenda” June 24th - 26th, 2010 Disney World Disney's Yacht Club Resort Orlando, Florida Reception and Dinner June 24th from 4:30-7:00pm – Reception June 25th from 5:30–8:00pm – Reception and Dinner Meeting June 25th from 8:00am- 4:30pm June 26th from 8:30am-12:15pm
  11. 11. Spring 2010 HITEC Executive Summit Featured National Executive Leaders:  Ilieva Ageenko, SVP Bank of America and author of book Connecting My Dots  Raymond Arroyo, Chief Diversity Officer, Aetna  Honorable Richard T. Crotty, Mayor Orange County  Honorable Mario Diaz-Balart, Honorable Alan Grayson, Honorable Susanne Kosmas: Florida Delegation to the US Congressional Science and Technology Committee (Invited)  Monica Lozano, Disney Board of Directors (Invited)  Ramon Padilla, Assistant Vice Chancellor & CIO, Board of Governors State University System of Florida  Maria Sastre, Darden Board of Directors (Invited)  Carmen Smith, Disney VP of Global Strategies for Diversity  Myrna Soto, CIO and CISO Comcast Media: Orlando Sentinel, HispanicBusiness Magazine, Latino Leaders Magazine HITEC will also be utilizing this time to continue to build upon our strategy and plan with HITEC membership. Be a part of history in helping develop one of the most important Hispanic executive organizations in the nation.
  12. 12. Spring 2010 HITEC Executive Summit  Events and Lodging will be at Disney's Yacht Club Resort  Bring the Family for this incredible opportunity sponsored by The Walt Disney Company  Special HITEC Family Reception at Epcot with Fireworks  Special room rates that will start 3 days before the event and last 3 days after the event. Make it a family Vacation!  Please mark your calendars and plan on bringing the family. Please call 407-934-3372 to make your hotel reservation and mention you are with HITEC. Please go to http://www.disneyconventionear.com/HITEC to order any theme park tickets for you and your families to receive the HITEC discount. This offer will expire on June 22, 2010.  For more information visit www.hitecglobal.org  RSVP at events@hitecglobal.org
  13. 13. What We Offer Our Members Access, Development and Leadership  Access to Executive IT Leadership – Senior IT Executives from Fortune 500 companies including Sr. VPs, CEOs, etc.  Leadership Development – Continued development and enhancement of leadership, business acumen, communication and networking skills – Opportunity to learn first hand by attending our Quarterly Events and Executive Summits  Giving Back – Ability to give back to community and society by getting involved in key relevant and impactful initiatives – Opportunity to mentor others in multiple business and technical facets  Relevant Networking – Ability to network with hundreds of key IT executives representing multiple industries and sectors of Corporate America – Ability to network with key HR, Recruiting and Diversity representatives from major corporations
  14. 14. Membership Requirements  Senior IT executive (director level or above) at a Fortune 500 firm  IT executive of a medium-size firm or division (revenues under $1 billion)  Partner or executive in a major IT consulting firm  Owner of an IT company (revenues above $5 million)  Senior IT executive of a governmental or educational institution  Chairperson of a technology/systems department at a college or university
  15. 15. What We Offer Our Sponsors Development, Business Diversity and Recognition  Continued Professional Development of Executives – Access to top Fortune 500 Executive IT Leadership – Opportunity to learn and benchmark business best practices – Participation in HITEC’s quarterly Executive Summits which consist of industry analysts, technology fellows and guest speakers of relevant business topics (hosted at your location)  Business Diversity Partner – Global Diversity – Allow HITEC to support your company’s efforts to enhance your presence and impact in the diversity and inclusion front, especially in the technology area – Supplier Diversity – Gain access to top Hispanic IT firms in the US and technology decision makers – Career Development Program – Allow your “rising star” employees to participate in HITEC’s Mentor / Mentee Program – Ready access to highly qualified minority talent for executive positions (2010 average 4 responses per posting and 1 hire to date)  Recognition – Showcased in HITEC’s Newsletter, Website, Annual Report and Awards – Co-branded articles/advertisements in general and Hispanic media – Opportunities for speaking engagements, event sponsorship, and for sharing thought leadership
  16. 16. 2010 Upcoming Events HITEC Upcoming Events (Executive Summits)  Oct. 29-30– Cincinnati, OH at P&G Headquarters; HITEC Executive Summit: Sponsor P&G. HITEC Upcoming Events (Info and Receptions)  August 12 – New York City, NASDAQ Reception  Sept. – Washington DC, HITEC Security Summit & Reception  Sept. 20, 21, or 22 - San Francisco, HITEC Reception at Oracle Open World (Tentative)  Oct. 19 or 20 Orlando, HITEC Cocktail Reception at the Gartner IT Expo in Orlando  Oct. 23 - Chicago, HITEC Reception at NSHMBA Conference
  17. 17. HITEC Latest News  03-10-2010: Congrats to members Ruth Rosales and Tania Goldszmidt who were featured in LatinaStyle Magazine's Article "Leading Latinas in Technology Pave the way for a Diverse Future".  02-12-10: HITEC Hosts Successful 2010 Executive Symposium & Awards Gala with ITSMF  02-12-10: HITEC Awards The Walt Disney Company Corporation of the Year Honor  02-12-10: Symantec CEO Receives 2010 Estrella Award from HITEC/ITSMF during IT Executive Achievement Awards in San Jose, California  01-15-10: HITEC Vice-Chairman and Co-founder, David Segura, selected by President Barack Obama for White House Forum on Modernizing U.S. Government  01-09-10: HITEC Chairman, Alberto Yepez, influence on InfoWorld’s Top 10 Tech Startups as HyTrust, where he sits on the Board of Directors, is named  01-08-10: HITEC member Andres Mendes is the new Chief Information Officer for Voice of America  10-29-09: HITEC President, David Olivencia, served as expert panelist at U.S. Congressional briefing to promote science, technology, engineering, and mathematics careers to advance the U.S. competitiveness
  18. 18. HITEC Special Announcement
  19. 19. Sponsors & Supporters
  20. 20. Questions? “Enhancing our World-Class Information Technology and Business Leadership” info@hitecglobal.org www.hitecglobal.org 866-334-1455 Thank you!