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Thank you to KeyInfo, Talkdesk, CloudCheckr and Lumen for their sponsorship of this event!

We want you!  Come on Down!

Don't forget to register for a fun charity event to support three amazing charities with local impact (see below for details).  The event will feature teams of SCSIM member CIOs/spouses playing variations of game shows we all have watched over the decades competing for points and the top three teams giving donations, funded by sponsors, to those pre-vetted charities.

The July 21, 2021 SCSIM Charity Game Show Event Will Support:

Technovation

We are a global tech education nonprofit that empowers girls and their families to become leaders, creators, and problem-solvers to solve big problems in their communities. With the support of mentors, girls learn about cutting edge technology and apply these tools to solve real-world problems such as climate change, discrimination, and most recently COVID-19.

SoLa Impact

SoLa Impact is a family of social impact, real estate funds focused on high-quality affordable housing, catalyzing economic development, and providing access to educational opportunities in low-income communities.  SoLa’s social impact work in conjunction with our affiliated 501(c)3, The SoLa I CAN Foundation focuses on the critical issues of homelessness, access to higher education, and creating living-wage jobs in these communities. 

Develop for Good
Develop for Good is an intercollegiate 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that pairs, trains and supports student volunteers as they develop technical product solutions for nonprofits. We aim to empower the next generation of leaders in tech to commit their skills for social good early on in their careers and accelerate the digital transformation of the nonprofit sector.
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Welcome to the website for the Southern California Chapter of the Society for Information Management (SCSIM). Our members are a dynamic community of corporate IT leaders, principal-level consultants, digital change agents and academics who are shaping the evolving digital world in which we live today. This website provides online access to SCSIM information, including membership criteria, Forums, CIO Enclaves, Firesides and other events.     

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Firesides are a new SCSIM program designed to benefit members below the CIO level. Each Fireside meeting enables members to socialize with peers, learn new ideas and build their networks.

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Forums


SCSIM’s Programs team prepares two major forums annually with great keynote speakers and panelists. Forum themes include IT leadership, trends or disruptive technology topics including cybersecurity, artificial intelligence and digital transformation. 





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CIO Enclaves


In 2015, SCSIM launched a new program of quarterly evening roundtables—called CIO Enclaves—for CIOs and CTOs. Executive leaders from eight CIO Enclaves meet in Santa Monica, the Conejo and San Fernando valleys, Orange County, DTLA, Long Beach, South Bay and Pasadena. 

Between 10-18 peer CIOs enjoy dinner in an intimate setting and discuss what’s working, what’s not, and how they can help each other. 


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HMG Strategy In Partnership With The SIM Southern California Chapter Presents: The Southern California CIO Executive Leadership Summit - December 8, 2020

Learning From the Past and Present to Reshape the Future Business. In this Digital Summit, top technology executives shared their advice on the roles that CIOs and tech leaders can play in driving innovation, reshaping the business and fashioning the future of work.
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Firesides


With two subsets of our members launching at venues in summer of 2018 in Los Angeles and in Orange counties, Firesides are an SCSIM program designed specifically for all the rising IT leaders reporting up to the CIO.  

Firesides will be more intimate than our Forums, and will take on many forms: town hall discussions, keynote presentations, panel discussions or interviews of guest CXOs, innovators or industry leaders.

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DAY OF GIVING Part of the 2020 SIM Foundation GIVEBACK WEEK - November 2, 2020

SIM Foundation held a national Giveback Week during the first week of November 2020 for all 43 SIM chapters across the U.S. As part of Giveback Week, SCSIM held a virtual career event for Southern California college students on Monday, November 2nd, from 5-7 PM.

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Southern California CIO Executive Summit with Stephen M.R. Covey!

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The Southern California Chapter of the Society for Information Management (SCSIM) is excited to be co-hosting the 2021 Southern California CIO Executive Leadership Summit with HMG Strategy on June 8 starting at 10 am PT. Be sure to register to join the discussion on the role that CIOs and technology executives are playing to reimagine the business and the future of work, along with successful approaches to cultivating a connected culture for the organization.

Our featured speaker is Stephen M. R. Covey, a New York Times and #1 Wall Street Journal best-selling author of The SPEED of Trust—The One Thing That Changes Everything.

Key sessions for the event will include: Leading Courageously and Authentically in a Time of Uncertainty, Navigating the Turbulent Social Climate in the Workplace, Strengthening Collaboration in the Future Workplace — and much more! Featured speakers include Meredith Harper, VP CISO of Eli Lilly and Company; Lorna Randlett, CEO of Leaders Forum; Scott Strickland, EVP & CIO of Wyndham Hotels and Resorts; and Chris Taylor, Chief Inclusion Officer of the State of Minnesota.

Click here [bit.ly] to learn more and to register for this interactive discussion — you won't want to miss it! Contact marketing@scsim.org for any questions.

 

 

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We want you! Come on Down!

Don’t forget to register for a fun charity event to support three amazing charities with local impact (see below for details). The event will feature teams of SCSIM member CIOs/spouses playing variations of game shows we all have watched over the decades competing for points and the top three teams giving donations, funded by sponsors, to those pre-vetted charities. 

The July 21, 2021 SCSIM Charity Game Show Event Will Support:

Technovation

We are a global tech education nonprofit that empowers girls and their families to become leaders, creators, and problem-solvers to solve big problems in their communities. With the support of mentors, girls learn about cutting edge technology and apply these tools to solve real-world problems such as climate change, discrimination, and most recently COVID-19.

SoLa Impact

SoLa Impact is a family of social impact, real estate funds focused on high-quality affordable housing, catalyzing economic development, and providing access to educational opportunities in low-income communities.  SoLa’s social impact work in conjunction with our affiliated 501(c)3, The SoLa I CAN Foundation focuses on the critical issues of homelessness, access to higher education, and creating living-wage jobs in these communities. 

Develop for Good
Develop for Good is an intercollegiate 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that pairs, trains and supports student volunteers as they develop technical product solutions for nonprofits. We aim to empower the next generation of leaders in tech to commit their skills for social good early on in their careers and accelerate the digital transformation of the nonprofit sector.


2020 CIO Summit Recap


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Key takeaways from the inaugural SCSIM 2020 CIO Summit
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