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 2644 W Colfax Ave
Denver,CO 80204

Just across the street from the south parking lot, Sports Authority Field at Mile High

11:15 am - Registration
11:30 am - Presentation
1:00 Adjourn

Next Events:

March 12, 2015
Colorado Technology Policy
Michael Price

April 9, 2014
Technology Management in the Age of the Customer
Tim Donnally

May 14, 2015
Building the Digital Workplace with Office 365
Bill Ryan

Other Colorado IT Organizations

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Recent Meetings

September 11
Motivation - Counterintuitive Ideas
John Reeb

October 9, 2014
Agile Product Management
Scott Bacon

November 13
Big Data and Analytics

Tom Holloran

December 11
Aylene McCallum
Transportation & Research Manager at Downtown Denver Partnership

January 8, 2015
Jana Axline
Power of Perspective

February 12, 2015
Is Your IT Culture Ready for DevOps?
Troy D. Beyer

Register for the Thursday, March 12, 2005, RMIMA Meeting

$15 early bird price RMIMA members through February 26

Thursday, March 12 - Monthly Lunch and Briefing 11:30 am
Brooklyn's at Mile High - South of the Football stadium
(Not the Pepsi Center - that is a different Brooklyn's) see map

Colorado Technology Policy
Michael Price
Executive director of the Coalition for a Connected West

How will Colorado state technology impact you and your business?  Michael Price will inform you about the state of Colorado's technology policy and the implications for businesses and the future of innovation.

Michael Price founded Mighty Strong Media to offer clients the innovative solutions in public relations, public affairs, and web development that he is passionate about. Michael’s approach combines the use of emerging technologies with classic communications and grassroots mobilization to maximize the reach of his clients’ messages.

In addition, Mr. Price is a software developer and website designer. He’s built websites for H Street Main Street, Design Your Basement, and Move Colorado, among many others. He is currently the lead developer and founder of, a social networking and analytics engine for the new industry., makes it easier for reporters and sources to connect with each and share stories.

Mr. Price has extensive experience managing non-profit communications. Currently Mr. Price is the executive director of the Coalition for a Connected West, which has a mission to educate consumers and policymakers about emerging technology issues and promote policies that result in greater access to technology, consumer choice, and market driven innovation.

Mr. Price studied Illustration and Design and continues to pursue a passion for art. He received his Bachelor’s of Political Science from Syracuse University.

Register for the Thursday, March 12, 2005, RMIMA Meeting

Your Invitation to The IT Summit
Wednesday, April 22nd, 9:00am – 3:00pm, Colorado Convention Center

The $499 admission has been waived for you and admission is complimentary if you hold an IT Professional title, for example (CIO, CTO, CISO, VP of IT, etc.).  Use registration code RMIMA2015 when signing up for the conference. Click Here to Register for the IT Summit

The IT Summit is the executive technology conference series returning to Denver for our ninth annual event on April 22nd, 2015. The purpose of the summit is to provide educational and networking resources for the IT leaders in Colorado. The conference is driven by an Executive Board of regional IT professionals that directs the content of the conference. The IT Summit is designed to address the real-world opportunities and challenges faced by today's executives. The show is being held at the Colorado Convention Center, located at 700 14th St, Denver, CO 80202

Complimentary Luncheon
Prize Giveaways
Education Presentations
Free CPE Credits
Complimentary Beer & Wine
Early Speaking Agenda
Our agenda is currently under construction. Please check the agenda page often for updates


Randy Evans was the RMIMA President 2010-2011

Family of Randal Evans: Runner was 'beloved member' of Boulder community
By Mitchell Byars
Staff Writer, Boulder Daily Camera
POSTED: 02/20/2015

Randal Scott Evans had been missing since he left his northwest Boulder home Friday morning to go running. His body was discovered Wednesday near a trail north of Boulder. (Courtesy photo)

The family of Boulder runner Randy Evans — who was found dead Wednesday after going missing last week — released a statement Friday calling Evans a "cherished" member of their family and the running community.

"The family of Randal Evans is shocked and deeply saddened to lose a cherished husband, son, uncle, friend and beloved member of the Boulder triathlon and running community," the family said in the statement. "Randal, a prominent Ironman triathlete, marathon runner and local coach, was known for his boundless energy and his ability to instill fellow athletes with a sense of achievement and purpose. He had an unparalleled appreciation for Boulder's natural beauty and the serenity of our community's running trails.

"Randal touched many with his enthusiasm and sense of humor. Friends say, 'He was an incredible soul — he motivated us to believe we could become better, stronger human beings, and because of him we are.' We are grateful for his time with us, no matter how brief."

Evans, 52, was found at 7:15 a.m. Wednesday by another runner near Cobalt Trail, just east of Broadway, north of the Boulder city limits. 
Evans' body was partially covered in snow, and investigators said it is likely he was there for several days before being found. There were no signs of foul play.  The Boulder County Coroner's Office will conduct an investigation to determine the official cause and manner of death.

Evans was a marathon athlete who was known to train at Dakota Ridge, near his north Boulder home on Zamia Avenue. He had been missing since the morning of Feb. 13, when, police said, he left home in jogging clothes and without a cell phone or wallet.

Boulder police Sgt. Tom Dowd said Evans was officially declared missing Monday and that various agencies had coordinated a trail search with a canine unit. Police first alerted the public of Evans' disappearance Tuesday evening.  Evans' family also released a statement thanking police for their search efforts.  "Randal's family wishes to thank the Boulder Police Department and the Boulder County Sheriff's Office, as well as the countless number of individuals who lent support during the past week," the family said in the statement. "The family respectfully asks for privacy as they grieve during this very difficult time and is not available for further comment. Funeral and memorial arrangements are pending."

Boulder Daily Camera Mitchell Byars: 303-473-1329, or

RMIMA is the premier organization on the Front Range that has a clear focus on vital topics for emerging information technology leaders.

  • Monthly Briefings and Lunch - From September to May, we offer monthly lunchtime events that give you access to experts who give you the tools you need to get promoted and succeed in your role as an IT manager.
  • Professional Development - Topics focus specifically on IT management issues and you get the chance to discuss ideas with IT managers from other companies.
  • IT Community - As an IT manager, it pays to be active in your community. Networking with RMIMA members at our outside events gives you the relationships you need to benefit from the experience of your colleagues in other industries.
  • Education - RMIMA is forward-thinking. We are aware that schools are not graduating students in IT as fast as IT professionals are retiring. Were are one of the few organizations that’s doing something about it. Through our Student Ambassador Program, we are reaching out to top students and we are partnering with the best colleges and universities in the area.

If you want to drive change in your organization, motivate your people, and get projects done on-time and on-budget, RMIMA is a great resource for you.

RMIMA meets for lunch on the second Thursday on the month from September through May.  Each meeting gives you time to network and to participate in a topical presentation.  Registration and networking is at 11:15, the speaker starts at 11:30 sharp, and lunch begins at noon.  This means you can be back to the office right after lunch.



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RMIMA was founded in 1982 and is well established as the leading local professional association for managers and practitioners in the field of Information Systems. We meet monthly, except June-August. Lunch meetings include topical speakers and allow time for networking among professionals who are interested in learning more about the rapidly changing field of Information Systems and Information Management.  Our mission is to foster information systems education and the continued advancement of information management.



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