“We are blessed to have such a large group of quality sponsors dedicated to making this event possible,” said Chris Allen, director of High Tech Ministries. “Their investment is what allows us to create business environments where people can explore faith within the workplace.”
The High Tech Prayer Breakfast serves as the largest annual invitation-only gathering of the Atlanta technology community. Each year, more than 1,600 local decision-makers are invited to attend the event by High Tech Ministries’ Host Committee of more than 200 technology business leaders. This year, Dr. Christopher Kersey, managing member of one of the country’s oldest, largest and top-ranked growth equity funds, Camden Partners Holdings LLC, will serve as the breakfast’s keynote speaker.
The roster of local technology companies supporting High Tech Ministries and the High Tech Prayer Breakfast includes Cumberland-based Cbeyond as the platinum sponsor; GM Voices, Intradiem, Sophicity, Kennesaw-based Thompson Technologies, United Technology Group and Wm. Leonard & Co. as gold sponsors; and Accipion, Arketi Group, BOMGAR, Cumberland-based Bridges & Dunn-Rankin, CCCi, Cresa, Cross Technologies, Friendly Human, Hope Industrial Systems, Intellinet, Canton-based RDA Systems and Surgical Information Systems as silver sponsors.
High Tech Ministries is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that leads people into a life-changing personal relationship with Jesus Christ. The organization provides role models, tools, training and business environments.
For more information, visit www.hightechministries.org.