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Technology United, formerly IT United, members are technology professionals making a difference in our community through events, volunteerism, and advocacy focused around local students interested in technology.


Member Criteria

  • Annual individual gift of $1,200 or more
  • Professional in the information technology industry

Member Benefits

  • Invitation to the CIO Forum hosted by Technology United's CIO Advisory Board. This event features professional networking and panel discussions with prominent technology leaders on key technology trends and strategies.
  • Alignment with colleagues and clients around such an important cause.
  • Networking and volunteer opportunities.
  • Recognition in the United Way Leadership Registry (optional) with a Technology United mark.

Become a Member Today

If your employer runs a United Way workplace campaign, please give $1,200+ through your workplace. All other donors click “Donate Now & Join” to open a new page and start your online donation. You will need to create a username and password so you can make your gift today.

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Our Impact

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Techquity

Techquity, a new collective impact initiative of United Way, aims to bridge the digital divide in our region.

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Tech for Good Marketplace

This newer initiative matches non-profit partners who have technology needs to partners who can fulfill them.

Technology United CIO Forum

2023 CIO Forum

The CIO Forum is an annual event for technology professionals in the Greater Milwaukee area to network and hear from prominent CIOs and CISOs on key technology trends and strategies.

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TECH Talks

Connecting students with local technology professionals through short videos. These videos will be available to MPS teachers and partner agencies so that students can learn more about technology careers from practicing technologists.

Additional Ways to Get Involved

Virtual Career Conversation

Teachers can schedule virtual meetings with technology professionals to hear more about their industry, careers, and career path, as well as offer students a chance to ask their own questions. 

More details coming soon...

Council Members

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Technology United CIO Advisory Board

Advocate Aurora Health
Bobbie Byrne
Wendy Schafer

American Family Insurance
Sheldon Cuffie

Ascension
Chris Bullerdick

​Associated Bank​
Mike Meinolf

Baird
Tim Byrne

Broan-NuTone
Ken Garfinkel

Carroll University
Ryan Corcoran

Charter Manufacturing Co., Inc.
Sarah Urban

City of Milwaukee
David Henke

Clarios
Chad Steighner

Community Leaders
Subash Anbu

Mark Lovelace
Fortune Brands Outdoors & Security

Froedtert Health
Pavel Slavin

GE Healthcare
John Dunn
Steven Laurent

Generac Power Systems, Inc.
Tim Dickson
Daniel Bourquin

Get Digital Velocity, Inc.
Kerrie Hoffman

Harley Davidson Motor Company
Raj Velmurugan

HSA Bank
Antony D'Cruz

Husco
Joe Pfaff

Hydrite Chemical Co.
Gary Branger

IAT Insurance Group
Manish Chawla

Johnson Controls
Diane Schwarz
Krzysztof Soltan

Johnson Financial Group
Tim Brown

Kathy J. Lang & Associates
Kathy Lang

Landmark Credit Union
Steve Hannan

ManpowerGroup
Amanda Alwy
Ger Doyle

The Marcus Corporation
Jane Durment, Retiree
Kim Lueck

Marcus Hotels & Resorts
Peter Engel, Retiree

Marquette University
Laurie Panella

Medical College of Wisconsin
David Hotchkiss

Milwaukee Brewers
Derek Hyde

Milwaukee Bucks
Robert Cordova

Milwaukee County
Lynn Fyhrlund

Milwaukee Tech Hub Coalition
Kathy Henrich

Molson Coors Beverage Company
Darrin Vohs

Navistar
Julie Ragland

NGL
Timothy Schaefer

Northwestern Mutual
Jeff Sippel

ProHealth Care
Donald Reichert

raSmith 
David Neumann 

Regal Ware
Mike DeMartino

REV Group, Inc.
Peter Panagis

Rockwell Automation
Chris Nardecchia

S.C Johnson & Son, Inc.
Bernd Huber

Salute Mission Critical
Juan Francisco Fiallo

Struxtion 
Karl Gouverneur

TrustArc
Naheed Bleecker

U.S. Bank
Prescott Balch

United Way
Craig Nuechterlein

Versiti
Lynne Briggs

von Briesen & Roper, s.c.
Bill Caraher

Waukesha County
Lance Spranger

We Energies
Molly Mulroy

Technology United Co-chairs

Steve Hannan
Landmark Credit Union 

Tina Rock
Advanced Hires

Samuel Zielke
Froedtert Health

 

Technology United Council

Talal Butt
Rockwell Automation

Nicole Conrad
Johnson Controls

Ryan Corcoran
Carroll University

Antony D'Cruz
HSA Bank

Tim Dickson
Generac Power Systems

Mary Dugan
Clarios

John Dunn
GE Healthcare

Jane Durment
The Marcus Corporation, Retiree

Kelly Frank
Microsoft

Lois Gresholdt
U.S. Bank, Retiree

Kathy Henrich
Milwaukee Tech Hub Coalition

James Hischke
Northwestern Mutual

Kerrie Hoffman
Get Digital Velocity, Inc.

Nicole Knicker
We Energies

Cindy Laatsch
Harley-Davidson Motor Company

​Michael Meinolf
Associated Bank

Craig Miller
Concurrency, Inc.

Jim Nelson
Community Leader

Latasha Reindl
Schneider Electric

Diane Schwarz
Johnson Controls 

Scott Sievert
Accenture

Chad Steighner
Clarios

Greg Treichel
Baird

Mark West
Briggs & Stratton Corporation

Stuart Wogsland
Advocate Aurora Health

Bella Zamborini
ManpowerGroup

Get Involved

For questions or more information about joining Technology United, please contact Cassidy Korpela via email or at 414.263.8163.