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Columbia is National Leader in Information Technology – Todd Lewis Brings Good News

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Columbia Sertoma Club member Todd Lewis delivered good news at the club’s first meeting of 2014 on January 6. In short, Columbia is a national leader when it comes to Information Technology (IT).

Todd Lewis speaks to the club on January 6, 2014

Todd Lewis speaks to the club on January 6, 2014

Todd took attendees on a tour of the Columbia IT scene, which includes one of the largest Insurance Technology clusters in the country, three well known national conferences, a healthy User Group environment, and has had a gaggle of local and regional press lately.

In addition, Columbia was recently recognized by the Bay Area Council as the 2nd fastest growing city in the country from 2010-2011 in terms of High Tech job growth, and #4 from 2006-2011. These are fantastic numbers, and amazingly, few people in the Columbia and Midlands area are aware of them.

Columbia Sertoma Elects New Board Members

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The Columbia Sertoma Club elected new Board members for the 2013-2014 fiscal year. Those members were officially sworn in the weekly club meeting at 300 Senate Street.

New board members, left to right:  Todd Lewis, Dan Felker, Martin Izett, Carrie Deaton, Chris Weston and Joe Azar.

New board members, left to right: Todd Lewis, Dan Felker, Martin Izett, Carrie Deaton, Chris Weston and Joe Azar.

New board members include:

Dan Felker – Chairman
Joe Azar – President
Joe Hodson – VP
Todd Lewis – VP
Carrie Deaton – VP
Martin Izett

The Columbia Sertoma Club was started in 1950 and has been raising dollars for Columbia based nonprofits since. The Club helped eradicate polio from the Midlands and start the Riverbanks Zoo, among many things. It is one of the most storied nonprofit organizations in the Midlands and throughout South Carolina.