TAGNW now operating as a 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization

By October 1, 2020TAG

I am honored to report that following our new filing as a 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization on July 31st, 2020, our transition is complete and TAGNW is now operating as a 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization beginning October 1st, 2020. It has been an incredible journey of vision and clarity of mission. I would like to thank each of the TAG Board of Directors, TAG Advisory Board, and TAG Committee members for their efforts and contributions, and the many TAG Community Groups and Community Partners that have offered feedback and support. In particular, I would like to thank previous TAG President David LeBow, TAG President Matt Bain, and TAG Treasurer Ed O’Neill for their incredible focus and collaboration in this endeavor. David and I started this transition while I was TAG Vice President two years ago with an enormous amount of research and planning. What an incredible two years it has been!

The new TAG:

Technology Alliance Group for Northwest Washington (TAGNW) is a 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization located in Bellingham, WA. Our mission: Advocate for technology education, foster innovation, assist business, workforce, and economic development, and provide community for students, professionals, businesses, nonprofit organizations, and local government in Northwest Washington. We provide events, programs, and services to Strengthen Our Technology Community. Foremost, we build relationships and infrastructure in our community to do the things we do better together. Learn more about TAGNW at our website: www.tagnw.org. For inquiries, please contact Michael Gan, TAGNW Executive Director at director@tagnw.org or 360-312-7105. Join us at the TAG Community Hub for open discussion. All are welcome.

As discussed in the TAG Summer 2020 Update, all existing TAG Memberships and Sponsorships will be honored and transitioned into the new organization, and several new benefits will added as we evolve to adapt to our new COVID reality. Stay tuned for our new fall programs. We’ve been busy and TAG is growing. Want to Get Involved? We’d love to have you.

 

Michael Gan, Executive Director
Technology Alliance Group for Northwest Washington
director@tagnw.org | 360-312-7105