Monday, December 16, 2013

SIM Atlanta Golf Tournament Raises $81,000 to Benefit TechBridge

Making its largest donation to date to TechBridge, the Society for Information Management, Atlanta chapter presented the nonprofit with a check for $81,000 — the proceeds of the Seventh-Annual SIM Technology Exchange and Charity Golf Outing. The 2013 tournament also marked the largest yet, resulting in the substantial donation to TechBridge, a nonprofit that drives community impact by bringing affordable business and technology expertise to other nonprofits.
(from l to r): James Franklin, CEO, TechBridge; Mark Farbman, SIM Atlanta Membership Chair; Karen Renner, CIO, Novelis; Dave Chatterjee, SIM Atlanta Chair; and Keith Credendino, VP of Guest Solutions, IHG
Greta Tapley’s Photography
“Since we began partnering with TechBridge in 2008, support of the SIM tournament has grown year over year leading up to this year’s fundraising record of $81,000,” says Dave Chatterjee, SIM Atlanta chair. “SIM Atlanta is pleased to support the essential technology programs and services that TechBridge provides to its nonprofit clients.”

A record turnout of more than 164 individuals, including 66 IT executives, participated in the SIM Atlanta Charity Golf Tournament on October 21, 2013 at TPC Sugarloaf. Insight Enterprises, Inc. and HP were the Keynote Sponsors of the 2013 tournament.
The annual event brings together local IT executives for golf, networking and information exchange. Karen Renner, CIO, Novelis, and Keith Credendino, VP of Guest Solutions, IHG, served as honorary co-chairs of the event.  
For more information on becoming a sponsor of the 2014 SIM Charity Golf Tournament, please contact Mark Farbman at

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