Dear ITSMF Family,
We Magnify Excellence in Technology
ITSMF is uniquely dedicated to preparing and supporting Black
technology executives. We also support the beginning of the career pipeline.
Our College Mentoring Program and ITSMF Foundation ensures that funding is not a barrier for students of color majoring in information technology or related studies.
Our college mentoring program does the following:
• Provides students with support to be successful in spite of
rigorous course work
• Assist students in developing professional skills and
secure the quality work experiences through internships and
employment opportunities after college
• Helps students begin to develop their professional network by
connecting them to mentors and inviting them to ITSMF events
ITSMF reduces barriers that prevent first generation college students, nontraditional students, and students from disadvantaged backgrounds, from successfully navigating the pathway through college and into a career.
ITSMF Magnifies Excellence! We bring much deserved recognition and high caliber networks to the best and brightest executive leadership in technology globally. We also bring much deserved recognition and high caliber networks to Black technology students.
Your support of the ITSMF Foundation ensures that we have the funding to offer these initiatives to students that feed the career pipeline.
Thank you for supporting the ITSMF Foundation through our annual Technology Leaders Awards Gala! We could not do this without your generosity and commitment to Magnifying Excellence!
President and CEO, ITSMF
About Information Technology Senior Management Forum
Since 1996, Information Technology Senior Management Forum (ITSMF) has been dedicated to increasing the representation of Black professionals at senior levels in technology to impact organizational innovation and growth. We do this by developing and nurturing these dynamic leaders through enrichment of the mind, body and soul. At its inception, only 3% of senior-level positions in the technology industry were held by Blacks. With a half-million new computer-related jobs expected by 2028, ITSMF is committed to increasing the number of qualified Black professionals for these positions. For more information about ITSMF, visit www.itsmfleaders.org.