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SIM Minnesota Chapter
For more than 25 years, the SIM Minnesota chapter has been the organization of choice for IT executives in Minnesota. Membership includes CIOs, CTOs and IT leaders, as well as consultants and academics from top Twin Cities and outstate business and institutions. The chapter has several meetings each year that feature both business and technology experts. These meetings provide tremendous opportunities for peer networking and valuable connections to the Minnesota IT community.

MN SIM Purpose
An association of senior IT executives and other IT thought leaders who come together to share and enhance their rich intellectual capital for the benefit of its members, their organizations and the profession.

Key considerations for every Chapter meeting and event include the following:

  • Focus on pertinent IT issues, raise awareness of developing industry trends
  • Facilitate networking and knowledge sharing
  • Serve as the voice of the IT community on critical issues

General Meeting Format

The Minnesota Chapter events are held in the afternoons beginning at 2:30 pm at the Minnesota Valley Country Club in Bloomington. Each meeting features a professional speaker or panel or experts disussing topics recommended by membership. A social hour at 5:00 pm follows the program presentation with hors d'oeuvres and refreshments. Click here for directions.

Executive Committee
Executive Committee (EC) Members serve one year terms as specified in the SIM Chapter By-Laws. The EC serves as the Board Of Directors of the Chapter and is the governing authority of the Chapter. The property, business and affairs of the Chapter is managed by the EC.

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