NMTechWorks teamed up with TechBivvy
to host a Friday Morning Coffee Series
Senator Howie Morales, New Mexico State Legislature
Protecting Net Neutrality for New Mexicans
Family man, educator & New Mexico State Senator -- Howie has stepped up to he plate with new proposed legislation to protect net neutrality in New Mexico. He understands how important a free and openly accessible internet is to education, rural communities and entrepreneurs. Join us tomorrow to find out more about net neutrality and find out what it means for our communities.
9:00 - 10:30 am @ the new EMR Bear Building
922 Shoefly Street, #205
Second Floor Conference Room (with a view!)
(in the Baca Street side of the Railyard District)
Mapquest Sponsored by: TechBivvy, NM TechWorks & EMR Bear
Jay Galván Henegan/EMR Bear
Using Technology to Reach Rural Communities
When Jay galvan Henegan's husband, a doctor, had difficulties contacting and staying engaged with his clients in rural New Mexico, she jumped in and started creating tech systems to reach those clients. Thus began EMRBear, a web-based electronic health record service that is now used all over the country. Join us to learn more about one of New Mexico’s premier women entrepreneurs in tech.
December 15, 2017
@ EMR Bear, 922 Shoefly, #203 in the Baca Street District
8:45 – 10:00 am
Matthew Brown, Director of the Santa Fe Office of Economic Development
& Tech Entrepreneur
Women & Tech: Steps Towards Creating an Inclusive Business Culture
Wonder where all the women in tech are? Recent headlines have brought home the issues women in STEM professions face in succeeding as entrepreneurs and employees in the tech sector. Matthew cares deeply about this subject and brings his superpower as a "culture builder" to the question, "How can we build better and more inclusive business cultures?" Join us for this very timely and informative BizBrew session. We all need steps we can take to make a better world.
November 17, 2017
@ Santa Fe Office of Economic Development, Conference Room
500 Market Street, 2nd Floor (over REI)
The Railyard District
10:00 - 11:30 AM
The Entrepreneur Life Cycle
Nicholas Seet is a very successful serial entrepreneur and educator. He will be discussing the Entrepreneurial Life Cycle that applies to both start-up and existing businesses. We will be proving ample time for Q&A so if you are starting a new business project come with your questions!
Free coffee! See the TechBivvy Blog for more background on Nic and all of his business enterprises.
Tickets are free -- to make a reservation, please send an email to either firstname.lastname@example.org or to TechBivvy@gmail.com.
October 20, 2017
@ Santa Fe Community Foundation, Board Room
501 Halona Street, Santa Fe, NM (Halona & Paseo de Peralta)
10:00 - 11:30 AM
Some parking in Foundation lot with additional parking in the Pera Building parking lot across the street.
Revamping your Website
Andrea Multari is the Communications Officer for the LANL Foundation and managed a complete revamp of the LANL Foundation’s website. Our discussion will explore key elements to creating an inspiring, interactive, and engaging website that is mobile and user-friendly. Free coffee.
Design has its own order and finding the right “shape” to communicate complex ideas and rich threads of content in a way that inspires engagement is an art. Come meet Andrea Multari and see how she managed the process of rethinking function, reshaping narrative, and reorganizing content with her entire team to support development of a stunning new and responsive website for LANL Foundation. If you have ever struggled to figure out what information to put where on a website, this TechBivvy monthly Friday-morning BizBrew session is for you!
August 18, 2017
@ First National Santa Fe, Main Office
62 Lincoln Avenue Board Room Second Floor
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
Women and Tech
Kelley Francis is an Immersive Artist, currently working as a Tech Project Manager at Meow Wolf. Current works include installations for major festivals and upcoming Meow Wolf permanent exhibitions. Her background includes installation work with interactivity, Fulldome, cinema, and alternative venues (underwater and outdoors). Join us to learn how art and technology came together to create the now world-famous Meow Wolf experience and to discuss opportunities for women in the field of Emerging Media and Tech while we take a behind the scenes tour of the Meow Wolf installation.
July 21, 2017
@ Meow Wolf
8:30 AM to 10:00 AM (MDT)
Merridith Ingram is co-founder of the international PR agency 66&Co, editor of Silicon66, and mother of 3. After moving to New Mexico from New York, she co-launched Silicon66 to showcase tech in the southwest and completely restructured her PR business. Learn first-hand the inspirations and challenges of shifting to a values-based business dedicated to "integrating communications for an innovation economy" and how it has transformed her life and work. This event is hosted by TechBivvy and New Mexico TechWorks and supported by the City of Santa Fe, Economic Development Department.
June 16, 2017
@ City of Mud
1114-A Hickox Street
8:30 AM to 10:00 AM (MDT)