Founded in 1983, the Dallas/Fort Worth Area Chapter of SIM is the regional organization for top information executives in North Texas. Its membership includes senior information technology executives from more than 140 local private and public industry organizations, government agencies, and universities.
Members gather to engage in conversations with top practitioners, industry leaders, and nationally recognized experts in information systems and management practices. Our social hour and dinner-meeting format provide ample opportunity to discuss important managerial and technical issues and to network with their peers from industry and government.
Member Social Events and Conferences
In addition to Chapter meetings members enjoy a summer social, a year-end Holiday Party and other social events throughout the year to collaborate and socialize. Single and multi-day conferences offer unique opportunities for IT leadership to gather and grow while learning and engaging with other IT professionals.
Summer Social at Lone Star Park
Brain Performance Center Member Event
Joining SIM connects you with top IT leaders in the industry, including: CIOs, senior IT executives, prominent academicians, consultants, and other top IT professionals.
The DFW Chapter membership is designed to attract senior Information Technology (IT) executives from as broad a spectrum of industries, academia, and consulting as possible. It is believed that members can achieve the greatest benefit from SIM membership if the programs and interaction are focused on diverse senior IT executives.
Join SIMDFW! Network and share knowledge with a valuable cohort of industry peers at both a regional and a national level. SIMDFW welcomes senior level professionals, managers, academics, consultants and other leaders in IT and business.
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Funds raised at our Clay Shoot supports veteran and STEM education by partnering with educators, researchers and like-minded organizations to create a better tech work force for tomorrow. We provide scholarships and grants to reward achievements and behaviors of students and educators involved in STEM; support STEM based initiatives for underserved communities through our philanthropy efforts; and continue to partner with educator, institution and organizations to promote STEM in the DFW Community.