The Rocky Mountain Chapter of Women in Cable Telecommunications, along with Communications Technology Professionals, has filled out the slate of speakers for the "Tech It Out" initiative in Denver on November 4, 2010, at The Cable Center.
Tech It Out is an educational program produced by the two groups, designed for men and women professionals at all levels of an organization. The keynote speaker is Nicholas Carr, author of the new book, The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains.
Other speakers will include: Matt Bell, vice president, IP engineering and development, Charter Communications; Dena Bradshaw, co-founder, vice president sales & BD, BNI Video; David Broberg, vice president of Consumer Video Technology, CableLabs; Cynthia Carpenter, vice president of Sales and Marketing, IBBS; Nancy Davoust, distinguished engineer, Comcast; Anne Dirske, director of technical services, applications solutions, Alticast; Grace Egan, vice president, Engineering Product Management, Time Warner Cable; Leslie Ellis, president and chief content officer,Translation-Please.com; Debbie Fitzgerald, senior architect, CableLabs; Sherisse Hawkins, VP of Navigation and Subscriber Equipment for Time Warner Cable's Advanced Technology Group; Heidi Hollenbeck, telecommunications consultant; Josh Holmberg, vice president of Sales, Mountain Region, Broadsoft, and CTP Board president; Malia Flynn, vice president of Product Management, Canoe Ventures; Rebecca Rusk Lim, senior director, Internet and Interactive TV, Starz Entertainment; Christy Martin, principal, IBox Systems; Balan Nair, senior vice president and chief technology officer, Liberty Global; John Scarborough, co-founder and managing partner, IP5280; Rochelle Thompson, senior manager, Global Marketing, Active Video Networks; Margit Tritt, national accounts executive, Echostar; Maria Popo, president, Americas, Ubee Interactive; and Tony Werner, executive vice president and chief technology officer, Comcast, and a new inductee into the B&C Hall of Fame.
To register to attend Tech It Out or for additional information, visit this site.