IAMCP Seattle June 2023 Meeting: Microsoft Tech for Social Impact and Winning with Microsoft in SLG Event ended



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Jun 15 2023, 11:30 AM - 01:30 PM (PDT)
Microsoft Technology Center, 700 Bellevue Way, Bellevue, WA 98004 (22nd floor) and Virtual
Published on Jun 14 2023 02:57 PM (PDT) by George Swiger Occasional Reader
Edited on Jun 14 2023 02:59 PM (PDT)

The theme for the June 2023 Seattle IAMCP meeting will center on Microsoft Technology for Social Impact (TSI).   We have 2 great speakers/sessions this month:


Microsoft Technology for Social Impact Overview with Bryan Allen, Microsoft Program Manager.      If you have not heard of Microsoft’s TSI initiative – their mission is to empower organizations with the tools, resources, and technology necessary to drive social change and solve pressing global challenges.  This session will provide an overview of TSI as well as the resources and opportunities for partners to provide products and services and more importantly, to get involved, and to make a difference in the world.


Winning in MS State & Local Government with RJ Naugle, REVTech.   REVTech created their NAVApp application helps city and public safety organizations to support the needs of homeless, unsheltered, and at-risk populations by providing and provide them with the data to track those affected and connect them with the resources they need.     RJ will provide an overview of the NAVApp solution as well as how it has enabled REVTech to co-sell with the Microsoft SLG sales team.                     

About RJ Naugle:  RJ has spent his entire career, after his military services as a post 9/11 Army paratrooper being an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and corporate executive in roles ranging from, the Microsoft governance risk & compliance officer and Microsoft military recruiting lead, KPMG information protection manager, Starbucks foundation program lead, and co-founder of REVTech, a national professional IT services firm.  Throughout all of RJ’s career roles the theme of being purpose-driven is prominent in all he does and is most evident in his passion for serving underserved communities through technology enablement such as military veterans, and people experiencing homelessness.


If you are an IAMCP member, go to the IAMCP website to register for the event.   If you are not a member, you can still attend this meeting by registering for a trial membership at  https://www.iamcp.org/general/register_membership.asp; select the Seattle Chapter.    This trial membership is for first-time IAMCP members only or those who haven't been part of the community for more than two years.