Community Technology Network turns 10 on March 3, 2018, and has many accomplishments to show for the decade of service. Under the leadership of Executive Director Kami Griffiths, the organization that began with one volunteer (her) and one partner (Valencia Gardens housing development) has expanded to eight full-time and five part-time employees, 22 partners that represent over 50 locations, expansion to a new city (Austin), 608 volunteers, and over 74,000 training sessions since 2011.
Kami’s comment on reaching the 10-year mark: “I am extremely proud of the CTN staff, board members, and volunteers who have made this work possible. In the next 10 years, we intend to help a million people gain the technology access and training they need to transform their lives.”
After a decade of transforming lives through digital literacy, CTN is proud to announce the launch of a new company name and logo as part of the ongoing evolution of the Community Technology brand. After 10 years of growth, we felt it was time for a change! Community Technology Network is now Community Tech Network. In the coming weeks, you’ll begin to see the new look anywhere we’re out in public, like our website, Facebook, and Twitter. We believe the new look is a good representation of the changes since 2008.
We also want to thank the hundreds of volunteers who have dedicated their time to help us meet our mission and all the individuals who have supported our work through their financial contributions.