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Colorado Technology Association announces new leadership

Andrea Young takes over as CEO in June


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Colorado Technology Association (CTA) has named as CEO Andrea Young, a technology executive with more than 20 years experience driving innovation and growth for multiple industries within the Colorado tech economy. 

Young began her career building telecommunications platforms for commercial real estate in the Denver Tech Center. She also served as chief information and chief technology officer, first with Denver-based Janus Capital Group and later with BI Incorporated, a GEO Group company, in Boulder. 

Young has been on the CTA Board of Directors since 2010, serving as committee chair for several key initiatives and as board chair in 2013. Young has an MBA from the University of Denver. 

Young’s first day on the job will be June 6, the same week as the sold-out Women in Technology Conference happening Friday, June 10.

About Colorado Technology Association

The Colorado Technology Association (CTA) represents Colorado’s technology industry, one of the fastest growing sectors in the state. Colorado ranked second for its high-tech business concentration and the nine-county metro region ranked 10th out of the 50 largest metro areas in software employment concentration. Since 1994, CTA has been involved in legislative issues and public policy to represent the technology industry in Colorado. The Association provides more than 50 programs, events and connections to support the industry. For more information on Colorado Technology Association, call (303) 592-4070 or visit ColoradoTechnology.org.

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