BioIQ execs featured on Business RadioX.com as longtime supporters of the Atlanta tech scene
Last month, BioIQ joined IBM, Accenture, Dell, and hundreds of other technology companies to raise money for TechBridge®, a nonprofit organization that helps millions of people throughout the Atlanta community and beyond. TechBridge impacts local communities by bringing affordable technology and business expertise to nonprofit organizations. Since 2000, it has provided IT consulting and services to thousands of nonprofits in all 50 states and seven countries. Its objective is to connect the needs of nonprofits with the skills and financial resources of the technology community.
As a sponsor for TechBridge in Atlanta, BioIQ’s emphasis is on helping nonprofits leverage technology to alleviate common causes of poverty such as lack of access to shelter, food, employment, education, healthcare and financial literacy. The work of TechBridge and its sponsors has positively impacted millions of men, women and children.
According to Lisa McVey, executive vice president of BioIQ and a former board member of the Atlanta TechBridge event, the Digital Ball is a great example of the spirit of philanthropy in the Atlanta tech community. The money raised provides local nonprofits with the technology and services they need to better serve their communities.
Lisa and two other BioIQ team members, Patty Dismukes and Denise Adamson, participated in a live radio broadcast during the event, hosted by Ricky Steele of Booth 61 and Business RadioX.com. Denise gave an overview of BioIQ’s work with employers and health plans to manage health-screening programs and close gaps in care. Patty, another former TechBridge board member, described BioIQ’s ongoing efforts to get employees engaged in this worthwhile cause. You can tune into a replay of the radio broadcast here.
“Millions of lives will be changed because of the tremendous effort of the TechBridge staff and dedicated sponsors such as BioIQ,” Ricky said. He went on to praise the BioIQ team as ambassadors to the program and longtime supporters of the Atlanta technology community.
BioIQ Executive Vice President Lisa McVey (left) joins other patrons at the Digital Ball to support the altruistic causes of the TechBridge organization.