Meet The Candidates Vying for NY Tech Meetup’s Community Board

"Don't ask about the business plan!" "Hear, Hear!"
"Don't ask about the business plan!" "Hear, Hear!"

New York Tech Meetup is looking so grown-up these days.

Beyond just selling out the Skirball Center every month, the organization is seeking official status as a non-profit and adopting a set of Governing Bylaws.

As part of this maturation, NYTM is creating a 13 member board, with four of the seats to be filled by community-elected members.

The candidates for the first two community seats will introduce themselves tonight and voting will take place online over the next three days.

It’s a strong field of contenders. “Once I saw the folks running I called Nate and told him I was dropping out,” says SeatGeek’s Ben Kessler. “There are people I would rather vote for than myself.”

Check out The Candidates! >>

 

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