Thursday, April 23, 2009

TASA to begin 2009 program with speech on Brooks Development Authority past, present and future

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TASA to present program on Brooks City Base

The Technology Advocates of San Antonio (TASA) will hold its first 2009 meeting April 30 at the Chama Gaucha Restaurant, 18318 Sonterra Place.  Mark Frye, managing director Military Installation Transformation Solutions, BearingPoint  Inc. and Donald Jakeway, president and chief executive officer at Brooks will both speak.  Frye will talk on the how Brooks Development Authority was started, while Jakeway will give a presentation on current and future developments of the Brooks City Base project.

According to Jim Slattery, the new president of TASA and CEO, Federal Medical Services, Inc., this is the first meeting of the technology organization since 2007.   “We’re starting the organization from its roots with its focus on helping the growing base of technology leaders and other business advocates to understand the growing changes in our city’s technology sector,” he said.

The program is open to members and non-members; the cost is $20.  RSVP via email: slattery@fed-med.comInfo: Jim Slattery, 210-601-2143

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