Nashville, TN, July 14, 2017 – Asurion, the global leader in connected life services, today announced that its President of Operations, Barry Vandevier, has been appointed board chairman of the Nashville Tech Council (NTC).
“The NTC is fortunate to have Barry Vandevier as our incoming board chairman,” said Brian Moyer, President & CEO of the Nashville Technology Council. “His experience as both an innovator and a leader at Asurion — a company with an important role in Nashville’s tech landscape — will serve us well as we fulfill the vision of making Nashville our nation’s creative tech destination.”
As board chairman, Vandevier will support the Council’s staff and 44-member board as they advance the organization’s vision of establishing Nashville as one of the nation’s top creative tech destinations by connecting, uniting, developing and promoting the city’s vibrant tech community.
“Nashville’s distinct creative community – including musicians, artists, writers, developers and designers – has produced a tech scene unlike any other in the United States,” Vandevier said. “I’m honored and excited to work with the NTC board and staff as we continue to leverage the unique flavor of our city to empower the technology industry to grow and thrive even further.”
The NTC is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit organization that was founded in 1999 to be a catalyst for growth and influence of Middle Tennessee’s tech community.
Asurion helps more than 300 million people around the world unlock their technology’s untapped potential. We create innovative technology systems that help keep consumers connected, from comprehensive protection to smart tech help that redefines expertise. Partnering with leading wireless carriers, retailers and pay-tv providers, Asurion’s 16,000 employees deliver a seamless, award-winning customer experience, anticipating their needs and providing tailored services reachable within one touch.
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