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"Traumatized Technology"

    Technology plays a role in all walks of life, and trauma is no exception.  This month AITP Nashville has the pleasure to welcome Robert Michaels to talk to us on April 11th 2019 at 6pm.

Robert Michaels

    Robert Michaels is the CEO and Founder of Serve & Protect, a non-profit national trauma services organization dedicated to providing education, facilitation, restoration, and advocating for public safety professionals and their families.  Based in Brentwood TN, Serve & Protect has facilitated trauma services more than 4,000 first responders, located trauma therapists in their area, taught 45 seminars to Nashville area agencies, and impacted more than 2 million through social media platforms.



Dinner fees for 2019: 

All attendees will order individually from the Amerigo Menu.



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On the 2nd Thursday of every month we hold our dinner meetings. All members and guests are treated to dinner and a guest speaker. Our guest speakers range on a variety of topics from Blogging to IT Project Management. For more information please visit our meetings page.

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April, 2019 Meeting

Regular Chapter Meetings are held the second Thursday of each month at Amerigo on West End.

  Agenda:
5:30 - 6:00   Social/Networking
6:00 - 6:45   Dinner
6:45             Meeting/Speaker

Reservations for the meeting can be made by emailing aitpnashville@gmail.com.

  Cost:
Order individually from the menu

Amerigo
1920 West End
Nashville, TN 37203


AITP is an organization that allows IT professionals from all disciplines and specialties to come together in a social setting to hear about IT technologies that they may not normally hear about.

The Nashville Chapter of AITP is committed to 3 main objectives:

1. Provide a general interest IT platform so that all areas of professionals can come together and learn about all facets of IT.

2. Provide a networking environment that enables a "continual" communication stream with IT professionals in Nashville.

3. Support universities and tech schools in Middle Tennessee through mentoring, conferences, scholarships, etc.



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