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CTA's Women's Network
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Women occupy nearly 24% of the IT workforce in Colorado today.  CTA's Women's Network convenes female IT leaders, to:

- be a model to influence girls in STEM

- provide networking and professional development

- provide a nexus for existing tech corporate women's networks

- host topics valued by women to positively influence corporate culture.

We invite you to participate in the Women's Network, by signing up for the Women's Network email interest list as well as attending events.  

CTA organizes a "Women in Tech Conference" each summer that is a womens-only event.  Click here to learn more about this popular event.

The Women's Network also hosts a series of events and receptions that are open to all to participate.  Go to the events calendar to register for an upcoming program.  The sponsors for the speaker series include:


Chairman: Kim Brown, Vice President,  Information Technology Applications & Systems, ARCADIS U.S

As Vice President Information Technology (IT) at ARCADIS U.S., Ms. Brown is responsible for all ARCADIS U.S. business application, engineering applications, and program management office. Since joining ARCADIS U.S. in March 2012, Ms. Brown is focusing on process and standardization in application services, engineering applications, and program management.  She is also overseeing project efforts underway in HR systems, business intelligence, financial systems and proposal response generation.  Ms. Brown is part of the effort to build a global IT organization and define global service offerings to her customers. 
Prior to joining ARCADIS U.S., Ms. Brown was Director of IT at Bill Barrett Corporation where she was responsible for business applications, records management, compliance, vendor management, and IT process.  As Vice President IT at IHS, Inc., she was responsible for all internal business applications, project management, compliance, mergers and acquisitions for technology, web site center of excellence, and business intelligence. She founded and led the Women in Leadership organization at IHS.
Before IHS, Ms. Brown was Director IT at Oracle (previously PeopleSoft and JD Edwards). Here she led the deployment of ERP solutions to internal colleagues and customer-facing organizations, partnered with product development on software design for human capital management commercial products, and oversaw the system integrations of acquired colleagues for Oracle and PeopleSoft. She was in HR management at Informix Software responsible for global HR systems and compensation for technology groups.
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