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  • cta_logo CTA Selects First Two Recipients of $10 Million Investment - The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) announced the selection of the first two funds it will invest in as part of CTA’s $10 million commitment to venture firms and funds that invest in women, people of color and other underrepresented entrepreneurs – Harlem Capital Partners and SoGal Ventures. Harlem Capital Partners is a New York-based minority-owned early-stage venture[...]
  • TMM Headshot Photo CTA Advances STEM Learning by Supporting the Boys & Girls Club - The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) is supporting the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Washington (BGCGW) to strengthen STEM learning and career development in the Washington DC metro area. The collaboration will help local students better understand the career opportunities the tech field offers and learn the skills they’ll need in the workforce of today[...]
  • cta_logo Hear from the Women who Lead CES and CTA on International Women’s Day - To honor Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day, we asked some of our remarkable female leaders to reflect on their journeys that led them to where they are today and give advice to the next generation of female professionals. Who do you admire most and why? Alternatively, who have been your role models? What[...]
  • D7071E9C-3550-4B1D-9D06-616273C3347B Congress Pays Attention to Diversity in the Tech Industry - This week, the Subcommittee on Consumer Protection and Commerce of the Committee on Energy and Commerce holds a hearing on inclusion in the technology sector. We commend the subcommittee for turning their attention to this critical topic. A more diverse workforce means better representation in the development of products and, ultimately, how well they’ll improve[...]
  • 463C9672-BAE6-42C1-8AC6-07EBD9FD0350 CTA Makes Commitment to Underrepresented Founders - For the technology industry to continue to evolve and grow, there needs to be equal access to venture funding for women-led and women-founded startups. According to data from Pitchbook, all-women teams in the U.S. received just $1.9 billion of the $85 billion total invested by venture capitalists last year, which is equal to about 2.2[...]
  • AF4FFA4E-4D74-4722-BE60-F23CCE7FB95F CTA Announces $10 Million Fund Commitment to Women, Diverse Founders and Diverse Leadership Teams - The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) announced today at CES® – the world’s largest and most influential tech event – that CTA will invest $10 million in venture firms and funds focused on women, people of color and other underrepresented startups and entrepreneurs. “To continue to evolve and grow, the tech industry needs more equal access[...]
  • cta_logo CTA Promotes Karen Chupka to EVP, Tiffany Moore to SVP - Today, the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) announced two executive promotions involving newly-created positions. Karen Chupka, a nearly 30-year employee of CTA, is now Executive Vice President, CES; and Tiffany Moore, who joined CTA in 2015, is now Senior Vice President, Political and Industry Affairs. These promotions not only recognize the success of two members of[...]
  • tmmissahurdclarkebarragan #CES2018: Legislative Outlook for Tech in 2018 - One of many #CES2018 highlights was moderating an incredible, bipartisan panel of rockstar Members of Congress on tech and innovation policy. Thank you Congressman Darrell Issa (R-CA), Congressman Will Hurd (R-TX), Congresswoman Yvette Clarke (D-NY), and Congresswoman Nanette Barragan (D-CA)!
  • quotation-marks Quoted: Congress Prepares to Knock Down Barriers to Broadband Expansion in Rural America - Congress Prepares to Knock Down Barriers to Broadband Expansion in Rural America. Tiffany Moore (CTA’s Vice President, Government and Political Affairs) was quoted in USA Today on the importance of reducing regulatory barriers to broadband development to make room for innovation and emerging technologies. – January 11, 2018
  • quotation-marks Quoted: Trump and Congress Prepare to Tackle Broadband Expansion in 2018 - Trump and Congress Prepare to Tackle Broadband Expansion in 2018.  CTA’s Vice President of Government and Political Affairs, Tiffany Moore, was quoted in The Washington Examiner on the Trump Administration’s and Congress’ proposals to expand broadband. – December 31, 2017