ALPHARETTA, Ga., January 13, 2015 — The Greater Alpharetta Tech Network (GATN), a nonprofit association whose mission is to foster community and connection among the 900-plus technology companies located in the Greater Alpharetta area of North Fulton and South Forsyth, today officially announced the appointment of three new members to its Board of Directors.
GATN’s new Board members are:
- Nathan Ottinger, Senior Vice President, Atlantic Capital Bank
- Chad Osgood, CEO, Premier Logic
- Kimberly Little Sutherland, Senior Director of Identity Management Strategy, LexisNexis Risk Solutions
“We’ve had an extraordinarily successful launch year, and we’re beginning the new year with excellent momentum, enthusiastic tech company involvement, and a growing membership roster. As we continue to build on our first year’s success, we’re mindfully growing our Board with technology and business executives who share our vision of a vibrant and engaged Greater Alpharetta technology community. Nathan Ottinger, Chad Osgood, and Kimberly Little Sutherland bring a wealth of collective knowledge and highly relevant experience to our Board, and we’re delighted that they have agreed to share their expertise by serving on our GATN Board” stated Karen Cashion, President and founder of GATN.
GATN now has an eighteen-member Board of Directors, representing different technology sectors in the Greater Alpharetta area. Board members chart GATN’s strategy and assist in implementing GATN’s initiatives.
For more details on GATN and to register for GATN’s February 5, 2015 event, featuring Jennifer Van Buskirk, President of Cricket Wireless, visit https://gatnconnect.org/ecategory/events/.
About Greater Alpharetta Network (GATN)
The purpose of the Greater Alpharetta Tech Network (GATN) is to engage and strengthen the Greater Alpharetta technology community by serving the interests of technology companies and professionals in North Fulton and South Forsyth, including technology companies in Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Milton, Roswell, Sandy Springs and the cities of South Forsyth County, through thought leadership, educational, and networking events. GATN is an independent, nonprofit organization that’s endorsed by the Alpharetta Technology Commission. For more information, please visit www.gatnconnect.org.
Sarah Tourville, Media Frenzy Global LLC,