Tech & Innovation Dinner Series (Washington, DC)
Thursday, March 30, 2017
Undisclosed Location

Larry Michael, Chief Content Officer & Executive Producer of Media, The Washington Redskins

Jim Lammers, Chief Technology & Strategy Officer, Federal Reserve System

Larry Michael is the “Voice of the Washington Redskins” and TV host for the Redskins Broadcast Network. He is an 11-time Emmy Award winner and also hosts Redskins Nation on Comcast Sports Net and the Redskins Coaches Show on NBC 4. He is also currently Chief Content Officer and Senior Vice President of Media for the Redskins, responsible for the team’s video content on and production of all Redskins Broadcast Network Television shows and broadcasts.

Some of his other recent credits include 8 Olympic Games, 21 U.S. Open Championships, 12 Masters Tournaments and 15 Super Bowls. Mr. Michael is active in area charities including The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, and is a member of the board of Trustees for the Joe Gibbs Youth for Tomorrow Youth Home.  He previously worked for Westwood One as Senior Vice President, where his duties included rights negotiations with the NFL, USGA, Masters, NCAA, NHL, Notre Dame, and NBC Olympics.

You must be a CTO, CIO or related technology leader with $1bn+ in revenues to attend.

Tech & Innovation Dinner Series (New York City)
Wednesday, April 12, 2017
Undisclosed Location

Joe Inzerillo, EVP & CTO, MLB Advanced Media

Joseph Inzerillo oversees all aspects of technology for Major League Baseball, including the portal, 30 team sites, MLB Network, the Office of the Commissioner, as well as dozens of sports and entertainment partners across the internet, mobile and interactive spaces. With a deep background in next-generation video platforms, Joe has served on numerous advisory boards, was CTO for a startup stage IP television provider and a consultant in the media asset management/video production space. He started his sports career in 1987 with the Chicago White Sox and is the former CTO of the United Center. Celebrating his 27th season in professional baseball, Mr. Inzerillo also was a recipient of the Sports Business Journal 40 under 40 award in 2009.

You must be a CTO, CIO or related technology leader with $1bn+ in revenues to attend.

Finance Dinner Series (Atlanta)
Wednesday, April 12, 2017
Undisclosed Location

Chip Moore, CFO, Atlanta Braves

Chip Moore has been Chief Financial Officer of the Braves since 2009. The 2017 season marks Moore’s 40th with the Braves organization and he served 12 seasons as SVP and Controller. Moore was instrumental in the Braves’ efforts to secure SunTrust Park, which is scheduled to open in Cobb County in 2017.

Moore serves on the Board of Directors and as treasurer for the Atlanta Braves Foundation. He serves on the Minor League Baseball Board of Trustees and is also on the Board of Directors. In 2006, Moore was inducted into the South Atlantic League Hall of Fame for his contributions to the Rome Braves and the SAL. He currently serves as a member of MLB’s Non-Uniformed Personnel Pension Committee. Locally, he serves on the Board of Atlanta Area Council of Boy Scouts.

You must be a CFO, Treasurer, Controller or related finance leader with $1bn+ in revenues to attend.

Finance Dinner Series (Dallas)
Tuesday, April 18, 2017
Undisclosed Location

Ronnie Fauss, CFO, Dallas Mavericks

Ronnie Fauss is in his second season as CFO of the Mavericks. Ronnie has been with the team since 1999 and has also served as Controller since 2001. Prior to joining the Mavericks, he was a finance leader for the Baylor University Athletic Department, Washington Wizards, and World Cup USA.

Ronnie has both a BBA and MBA from Baylor University.

You must be a CFO, Treasurer, Controller or related financial leader with $1bn+ in revenues to attend.

Tech & Innovation Dinner Series (Miami)
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Undisclosed Location

Tery Howard, SVP & CTO, Miami Dolphins

Tery Howard is in her 18th season with the Miami Dolphins as senior vice president and chief technology officer. In her role, Howard is responsible for managing and directing the technology initiatives and strategic direction of business operations at the Miami Dolphins. Her primary focus includes infrastructure, telecommunications, business systems and broadcast media, in converging the technologies and services to position Hard Rock Stadium and the Miami Dolphins at the forefront of the industry.

The Dolphins were recognized by InfoWorld as one of the “Top 100” companies that have made the best use of technology to enhance their business, and also recognized by PC Magazine as one of the “Top 10” companies using technology in intelligent ways to improve their business. Howard also was recognized by SportsBusiness Journal as a Game Changer in Sports for her innovation and impact to the industry. In addition, Howard was a finalist for the Technology Leader of the Year Award at the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce.


You must be a CSO, CISO, CTO, CIO or related technology leader with $1bn+ in revenues to attend.

Health & Bio Technology Summit (New York City)
Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Now in its 3rd year, HBTS brings together 150+ healthcare industry leaders – startup founders, investors and their university and corporate counterparts. Learn more and keep up to date on this year’s agenda at the summit’s official microsite.

Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Summit (new york city)
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Undisclosed Location


Startup & VC Series (New York City)
Tuesday, June 20, 2017
Tesla Manhattan

Jeremy Snyder, GM, East Coast, Tesla

This is a private networking event for startup founders, partner-level VC or PE and c-level corporate executives only.

We’ll go behind the scenes with Jeremy Snyder, who leads Tesla’s east coast efforts and has been one of the mainstay leaders at Tesla over the years. There will be an opportunity to view the Model S and Model X and “ride and drives.” Space is limited to 50 attendees.



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