Join us for the October Brown Bag Luncheon!
Location: Samuels Public Library
In this session learn how Information Technology Strategist, Richie Crim from Lord Fairfax Community College uses and delivers Open Source and Cloud based tools to the office, daily life, and beyond. Create your own digital toolbox to quickly perform the most routine to advance office tasks The best part is most of these tools are free to use and most are completely Cloud-Based. Many of the tools shown in this session leave the intended use up to the creativity of the user making for excellent resources in and out of the office. These tools require little to no budget to get operational and most can be setup by a single user with the simple desire to expand their current tool set.
Richie Crim is the Information Technology Strategist and Chief Information Officer for Lord Fairfax Community College (LFCC). In his current role, Mr. Crim advises the College on key Information Strategies across the organization. He utilizes his hands-on experience deploying enterprise-wide solutions to drive growth across the organization. Also an Adjunct Faculty member at LFCC, Professor Crim enjoys bringing his career to the classroom. He began his post secondary education at LFCC, where he earned an associate’s degree in Network Engineering. He also holds undergraduate degrees in Information Technology from Shepherd University and West Virginia University and a postgraduate degree in Strategic Leadership from Mountain State University. Since 1999, Mr. Crim has also led the technical division for a leading software automation company where his roles included Director of Client Services, Technical Division Manager, and Support Lead. Richie has over 12 years experience in business and technology leadership roles. He has participated in various Information Technology conferences as a keynote speaker and led Technical Focus Groups with emphasis on Technology Infrastructures improvements and considerations.
Held the third Wednesday of every month, this complimentary educational lunch series offers a wide variety of topics presented by Chamber member experts. Lunch is provided and there is no fee for members ($15 for future members) Luncheons begin at 11:30 a.m. with lunch and a networking session, speaker begins at noon and questions & answers at 12:45 until 1 p.m. Sponsored by: Main Street Daily Grind.