NTC Announces New Board Members and Mission Partners for 2016 – 2017
Written by: Alex Curtis | Posted Jul 6, 2016

To mark the start of the 2016-2017 fiscal year, the Nashville Technology Council announces its newly elected board and new Mission Partners that support Nashville’s technology community association.  The board includes five new distinguished members:
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– William P. Anderson, Chairman and CEO at MEDHOST;

– Charles Apigian, PhD, Department Chair, Computer Information Systems at MTSU;

– Christopher A. Bayham, Senior Vice President of Technology Operations at Change Healthcare;

– Ed Cantwell, Executive Director at the Center at Medical Interoperability; and

– Manish Shah, MBA, MSIS, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Community Health Systems.

“We are excited to welcome these technology leaders in the healthcare and education fields to the board of directors,” said Nicole Tremblett, NTC board chairwoman and Vice President IT&S – Strategy & Planning at HCA IT&S.

“The NTC continues to bring together those who are growing and significantly influencing the Middle Tennessee’s technology industry,” affirmed Bryan Huddleston, President & CEO of the Nashville Technology Council.

The NTC board consists of 40 members. Members are elected to serve a three-year term. The full list of board members can be found here.

The Technology Council’s Mission Partners for FY2016-2017 include Asurion, c3/consulting, Change Healthcare, Community Health Systems, Digital Reasoning, Google, Hospital Corporation of America, Nissan, and Patterson Intellectual Property, P.C.

“Any worthwhile mission requires the consistent support and determination of its members,” said Tim Estes, NTC Development Chair and CEO of Digital Reasoning. “We strongly believe in the good work that the Nashville Technology Council has done and will continue to do to recruit, develop, and retain the very brightest technologists here in Middle Tennessee. Ultimately, we want to do our part in helping Tennessee emerge as a global hub for technology.”
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