ATC co-founder and managing partner, Darren DeMartino, was recently selected to serve on the board of the Connecticut Technology Council (CTC). CTC is a statewide association exclusively focused on technology and technology-oriented companies and institutions, providing leadership, guidance, and support in areas of policy advocacy, community building, and assistance for growing companies.
“As part of this board, I look forward to helping serve Connecticut’s technology ecosystem by providing technology and IT-specific leadership and advocacy to enterprises across the state in every vertical,” says DeMartino.
CTC holds major events celebrating Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) organizations and individuals such as the 15th annual Women of Innovation Awards on March 27, 2019. CTC’s mission is to spark innovation, cultivate tech talent, foster business growth, advocate for industry-beneficial law and policy, expand the scope of industry networking and professional development, and celebrate industry achievements in the state.
This year, CTC is celebrating its 25th anniversary. Check out what’s coming in 2019:
About the Connecticut Technology Council
The Connecticut Technology Council (CTC) is the oldest and only business association expressly serving the needs of enterprises working in technology and innovation. Representing over 275 members and a community of over 6,000 companies with over 200,000 employees, CTC strives to serve its members and the broader interests of the State of Connecticut as they relate to the growth and success of technology-based development. CTC’s work is essential to the cultivation of tech talent, organizations, and the fostering of an innovation ecosystem here in Connecticut.