Life in the Clouds – A Technical Talk with Tommy Wolosin

November 1, 2023 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee
3421 Belmont Blvd.
TN 37215
$30/Member, $35/Non-Member
Jessica Layman

Life in the Clouds… it’s no longer just your head, it’s now your data. A technical review on how technology influences the non-profit community.

Tommy Wolosin

Director of Sales and Marketing for Net Works

November 1, 2023    11:30a-1:00p

Community Foundation of Middle TN

Members and guests of the Planned Giving Council are invited to hear a presentation about the importance of technology in a profession where individual relationship building is essential.  Tommy has been developing technology strategies for over 20 years helping organizations align their culture and business needs with technology planning allowing them to support their many great missions.  He currently serves as Director of Sales and Marketing for Net Works, a provider of business IT Services and network security in Middle TN.

-Become familiar with current industry specific tools to allow a nonprofit to better understand and use their technology platforms

-Begin to assess your nonprofit’s current “readiness” to take full advantage of the technology that is available

-Review key safeguards when using technology to secure donor privacy

-Familiarize yourself with the “Do’s and Do Not’s”

Tommy served in the Air Force for almost 10 years and on 3 continents around the world. While serving, he gained insight and training into technology and information security as well as “real world” incident response to active threats.  Tommy attributes his accomplishments with a continued emphasis on learning and coaching, surrounding himself with people smarter than him, healthy work life balance, and those that want to give more than they receive.


Tommy’s inspiration comes from his family, children, and volunteering in the community in many ways. His most notable was working with Deaf and Hard of Hearing children for over 14 years, understanding that you must first build trust and respect before any kind of valuable mentorship can be achieved.

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