CompTIA, the nonprofit association for the information technology (IT) industry, today announced the 2013 leadership roster for its member communities.
CompTIAs 10 member communities bring together thought leaders from across the IT industry to collaborate and consult on best practices, education, research and other initiatives to advance industry growth. Several of the communities address fast-growing areas of the technology industry, such as cloud computing, IT security, managed services, managed print services, mobility and unified communications. Other communities serve geographic-specific markets, including the U.K. channel and the IT services and support markets in Canada and the United States.
The newest CompTIA member group, Advancing Women in IT, was established to empower women with the knowledge and skills necessary to help their pursuit of successful IT jobs; and to inspire women to enter the IT industry as a career option.
Each of these groups is performing important and inspired work thats benefitting the entire IT industry and the customers we serve,” said Todd Thibodeaux, president and CEO, CompTIA. Their collective expertise has contributed greatly to the development of new credentials and trustmarks for IT companies and hundreds of IT channel training courses and publications. Their insights have helped shape advocacy efforts and policy stances on critical issues and legislation affecting the IT industry.”
In 2013, CompTIAs member communities will be led by the following individuals: