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Sep 27, 2012
Ignite TAO! v3
Alberta Rose Theatre

1 mic, 5 minutes, 20 slides, 300 peers in the audience... no pressure, right?

What is Ignite? Ignite is a high-energy evening of 5-minute talks by local people who have an burning idea and the guts to get onstage and share their personal and professional passions. Quick, fun, thought-provoking, social, local, and global - Ignite is all of these and more.

Why present at Ignite TAO? As a speaker, you'll land a platform that challenges not only the way you present your ideas, but grants you access to an audience eager to listen.

Submit Your Proposal Today!

Jun 12, 2013
HR Forum: Wellness Programs - Maximizing Employee Engagement and Return on Investment
Xenium HR

This event will include a lively discussion of the potential returns of a Wellness Program, setting goals, and effectively marketing to increase employee engagement. We will include real life examples of what works and what doesn't work in the wellness arena, and describe some cutting edge programs.

What Will You Learn?

  • How to provide employees with tools to be healthy and financially strong, cultivate their careers and support their communities
  • How to enhance business results through a total wellness program
  • How to enhance employee engagement by setting goals and marketing
  • How to involve "at risk” employees in your wellness program


  • Anne Donovan, SPHR, is president of Xenium HR with 20 dedicated years served at the Stoller Group of Companies. In additional to PHR and SPR certifications, Anne holds a certificate for Human Resource Management from Portland State University. Anne will describe Xenium’s rollout of a major wellness initiative in 2012, and identify Best Practices in the wellness arena.

  • Monique Little, First Tech Federal Credit Union’s Chief People Officer, will describe the credit union’s comprehensive approach to total employee wellness called WiredWell. This program focuses on health, financial strength, career cultivation and community involvement. Monique will describe how this program enhanced First Tech’s employee engagement, satisfaction and business results.

  • David Mays is a founder of Portland based Walker Tracker, a company that designs and implements activity programs for corporations and organizations. Walker Tracker engages walkers in 77 countries. David will describe setting wellness program goals and marketing, as well as sharing the three components to involve "at risk” employees in your wellness program.


  • Sarah J. Ryan, Managing Partner of the Portland office of Jackson Lewis LLP, specializes in employment law and routinely advises companies regarding employee issues. Sarah will provide a brief highlight of the legal issues that must be considered in implementing a wellness program.

Who Should Attend?

  • Corporate benefits administrators
  • HR Executives
  • Corporate risk advisors
  • Company executives

For more Information and to Register, Click here

Health & Life Science IT Forum: Quantified Self - Better Health with Devices and Apps
Multnomah Athletic Club (MAC)

Can smart wrist bands, digital shoes or intelligent sweat pants make us healthier? Do our smart phones hold the power to enable our physicians to provide improved treatment and drive better health outcomes? Patient engagement is all the rage, but quantified patients are using fitness devices and apps to collect and interpret extensive data to make better health decisions in growing numbers, and the technology community is there to meet the growing demand for new and smarter tools.

Join TAO and HIMSS Oregon for a pre-panel expo that will feature cutting edge personal fitness devices and health and fitness apps from companies like Nike, Fitbit and Athletepath that are driving the quantified self. Then hear from leaders that are helping to define the way devices and apps can go beyond fitness to address our biggest healthcare challenges.

Is the quantified self the next healthcare revolution?



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Jul 15, 2014
Executive Assistant & Office Manager Mixer
Brix Tavern

Join us for our inaugural Happy Hour as we launch a new Executive Assistant/Office Manager community. We support every department in our organizations yet often times have no team to call our own. So while the Engineering, Product, Marketing, Finance teams hack, collaborate, and commiserate, we're left to fly solo. This got Barbie Minor (EA to CEO at Urban Airship) thinking. Why not form our own group to share best practices, brainstorm, and connect to a broader community? With the support of TAO, Brix Tavern, and Urban Airship, we're going to do just that - form our own crew! Looking forward to seeing you as we enjoy free appetizers, beer, and wine and start the conversation. Feel free to share this invitation with others in your immediate "Tech Network" who work in the EA/Office Manager capacity Happy Hour Details: When: Tuesday, July 15th Time: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM Where: Brix Tavern, 1338 NW Hoyt St, Portland, OR 97209 Cost: Free to attend but registration is required Appetizers and a drink ticket will be provided.

Sep 25, 2017
TAO - Project Mgmt Lightning Talks Happy Hour
WeWork Pioneer Place

Meet, mingle and learn from other People, Program and Project Managers during our lightning talks.

All registrants are invited to submit a topic, attendees will vote on topics, and three people will be asked to speak during our Happy Hour. Present an unsolved question or an inspirational answer - it's your choice. The only rules are that the topic is Project Management and you only have five minutes.

Jan 16
TAO AI & Data Community: Open mic night
The Standard

AI is everywhere! And TAO is here for it! Our existing Data Community is growing to encompass AI and we hope that you will join us. Our kickoff event of 2024 will feature you, our community members, and give you time to share your thoughts, ideas, fears, challenges, and insights on AI. If you have opinions, we want to hear them! This is an opportunity to grow the community, network, and share ideas for future programming.