MHTA is looking for a new president & CEO

Now that former president, Margaret Anderson Kelliher is Department of Transportation Commissioner, the Minnesota High Tech Association is looking for a new president & CEO. I’d think it would be an interesting position for the right person.

President and CEO of Minnesota High Tech Association

The President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Minnesota High Tech Association will provide strategic leadership for MHTA, the state’s premier technology professional association. MHTA serves as the unifying voice for the technology and related sectors. The CEO has primary responsibility to support growth, sustainability, and global competitiveness of Minnesota’s technology -based economy through advocacy, collaboration and education. With an eye to educating, influencing and uniting Minnesota’s technology community, the President and CEO of MHTA is a catalyst in stimulating innovation and growth.

The CEO is responsible for delivering programs and services that align with the needs of member businesses and organizations, developing key partnerships between industry, academia, and government institutions, and growing MHTA membership.

This role calls for a leader who seeks to make an impact in the region through meeting the changing needs of diverse members. Further, the CEO will be comfortable with assessing and recommending changes both internal and external to the organization. He or she will be a positive force, overseeing and cultivating a positive employee culture focused on collaboration, creativity and service. The CEO is both a visionary and a hands-on executor. He or she will employ an inclusive style to listen and respond to pressing issues in the sector.

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Librarian who follows rural broadband in MN and good uses of new technology (, hosts a radio show on MN music (, supports people experiencing homelessness in Minnesota ( and helps with social justice issues through Women’s March MN.

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