High Tech Ministries Announces Todd Sorenson as New President
25-year technology veteran to continue organization’s legacy of leading Atlanta’ s technology community to Jesus Christ
– April 18, 2012 – High Tech Ministries
, a non-profit organization that leads people in the Atlanta technology community into a life-changing personal relationship with Jesus Christ, recently appointed Todd Sorenson as the organization’s new president.
Sorenson comes to High Tech Ministries (HTM) from a successful career in the IT industry, including more than 15 years at SAP, where he most recently served as Director of Global Alliances for the Retail Industry business unit. His experience includes sales, marketing, consulting management, training, new product introduction and alliances business development.
“I feel privileged to be leading High Tech Ministries as we enter our third decade of sharing the gospel with Atlanta’s high tech community, and equipping men and women as ambassadors of Jesus Christ,” said Sorenson. “I can certainly relate to the challenges and opportunities of being an ambassador in the context of the workplace, and I am looking forward to helping others engage in that mission.”
The 21st High Tech Prayer Breakfast
, the organization’s flagship annual event, will take place October 4, 2012, at the Cobb Galleria. For more information and to register for the event, visit http://www.hightechministries.org/host_breakfast.asp
. To see photos and videos from the 2011 High Tech Prayer Breakfast, visit www.hightechministries.org/host_breakfast_archive.asp
High Tech Ministries’ second annual HTM Classic
golf tournament will take place May 21, 2012, at White Columns Country Club in Milton, Ga. The HTM Classic enables participants to play with Atlanta-based CIO’s, IT executives and other high tech leaders in a scramble style tournament with great prizes. For more information about the HTM Classic, visit http://htmclassic.com/about/
About High Tech Ministries
High Tech Ministries is a nonprofit organization that leads people into a life-changing personal relationship with Jesus Christ by developing, encouraging and equipping ambassadors for Christ in the Atlanta technology community. The organization and its community of volunteers, provide mentoring, tools, training, programs, and special events such as the annual High Tech Prayer Breakfast, @Work Bible studies, HTM Classic Golf Tournament, Serve@Work
community service days, and the Ambassadors Leadership Program. For more information, visit www.hightechministries.org
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