BoCM - Board of Chapters and Membership
The number one goal of any successful Iasa community is to add and bring value to its membership, local businesses and community. The goal of the BoCM is to act as a resource to help chapter leaders establish, maintain and evolve Iasa chapters and provide a bridge to Iasa Global and the Board of Education. This helps to ensure that your local community needs and desires are heard while at the same time giving you insight to what is happening with the Iasa curriculum and global initiatives.
The Board of Chapters and Membership is made up of chapter leaders and professionals from around the world. This group is made up of representatives from some of the most powerful groups in the world including but not limited to: authors of books, instructors at academic institutions, employees of Microsoft, Boeing, AT&T, Dell and more. The BoCM invites you to join the varies working committees and contribute to the world wide archITect community.
All Iasa members are invited to contribute on working committees.
By contributing your knowledge, experience and time in a BoCM working committee you add value to our global membership and support our chapters worlwide. You will also qualify for contributing membership and receive a discount on your annual membership fee.
If you wish to participate in any of the BoCM working committees, please email email@example.com
BoCM Board Members
Tom Thomas - BoCM Chair & Puget Sound Chapter VP
"What excites me about IASA and the chapter opportunities that lie ahead is we have the ability to educate our professional community and the world about IT Architecture. Our contributions can further the understanding of what IT Architecture is, should be and can become. We are paving the way for how IT Architecture will be seen by members of all levels and disciplines of the organization. Those embracing what Iasa has to offer will be empowering themselves to have a well-deserved seat at the decision making table."
Teck Chun - Membership Director at Singapore Chapter
Teck Chun has over 10 years of IT experience & is currently the Principal IT Architect for Singapore Power Ltd, one of the leading utility companies in Asia. He leads the Architecture & Strategy section for the CIO.
Teck Chun is also an active member of ITMA (IT Management Association) in Singapore, an exclusive body for middle to senior IT executives across APAC.
Quent Herschelman - Florida Chapter Board Member
Experience leading diverse teams, managed both directly and through influence, to deliver results in a variety of business contexts and climates. A broad technology background in enterprise architecture, distributed systems, embedded systems, digital electroncis, RF and networking. Deep expertise in the software business, including project management, product development, sales and delivery.
Strong software engineering management, a track record of making good teams great and bringing out the best a team has to offer through disciplined process, systemic quality and fiscal responsibility, Experience working with internal and external customers and partners to win new customers, drive customer and partner satisifaction and grew new markets.
The BoCM has formed a number of committees to perform its work. The committee structure allows the involvement of many more people than the BoCM itself can accommodate.
The BoCM is in the process of establishing working committees for the following topics:
Content Contributing Membership
- Case studies, articles, white papers, interviews at architecture events etc.
- Speakers for Chapter events and conferences; and webinars (all languages)
- Individuals to review / coordinate submitted contributions
Membership Satisfaction Rating
Global Speaker Bureau
Growth of Content Repository
Chapter Sponsorship Opportunities
Creation & Documentation of further Chapter Activities
April 9th, 2012 BoCM Meeting Minutes
April 23rd, 2012 BoCM Meeting Minutes
May 7th, 2012 BoCM Meeting Minutes
May 21st, 2012 BoCM Meeting Minutes