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Erroll T. Reese

Head

Community Technology Centers' Network

HQ Phone:  (202) 462-1200

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Community Technology Centers' Network

1436 U Street, NW Suite 104

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20009

United States

Company Description

The Community Technology Centers' Network (CTCNet) is a national membership network of community technology centers (CTCs) and other non-profits, united in the commitment to provide technology access and education to underserved communities. CTCNet works throu...more

Background Information

Affiliations

Durham Cares

Board Member


CIS

Board Member


Fujitsu Limited

Liaison


Good Work , Inc.

Board Member


Education

IBM Executive Resource Institute


University Of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Business School


B.S.

Computer Science

Alabama A&M University


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EWI Technologies

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Reese celebrates community involvement at CTCNet's President Reception 7/01/03
Reese featured with other notables at Tavis Smiley's "Blacks In Technology" Conference in Chicago 8/10/02 Reese is quoted in NY Times on President Bush's address to the Urban League (8/02/01 ) Erroll Reese elected head of CTCNet (6/22/01) EWI comments on Bridging the Gap (2/02/01) EWI selected as "Best Practice " Firm at Welfare to Work Conference - Phoenix Arizona Reese Presents EWI's Philosophy and Process Kudos to EWI EWI President joins President Bill Clinton Digital Divide Initiative (6/10/00) WRAL-TV Interview with EWI President, Erroll Reese (2/9/00)


Welcome to EWI Technologies

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Erroll Reese elected head of CTCNet (6/22/01)


EWI Technologies

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Reese celebrates community involvement at CTCNet's President Reception 7/01/03
Reese featured with other notables at Tavis Smiley's "Blacks In Technology" Conference in Chicago 8/10/02 Reese Speaks on Digital Empowerment in Washington DC Erroll Reese Featured Speaker at the U.S. Department Of Education Grantees Meeting (1/16/02 Reese featured on UNC-TV Black Issues Forum (2/18/02) Reese is quoted in NY Times on President Bush's address to the Urban League (8/02/01 ) Erroll Reese elected head of CTCNet (6/22/01)


International Dementia Research Foundation

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Erroll T. Reese
Erroll T. Reese is the founder of EWI Technologies (EWI), a full service information technology company located in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. EWI provides total technical solutions from system integration to technical training. Mr. Reese's firm provides direct training and support services to several organizations throughout the world. Mr. Reese also currently serves as Chair of the Community Technology Center's Network (CTCNet) Board of Directors. CTCNet represents over 1500 Community Technology Centers. Some of the most notable accomplishments under his leadership, include: a 200% increase in the number of CTCNet centers, opening of the first CTCNet office in Washington, D.C., and receipt of a $4.9M grant from the US Department of Health & Human Services. He also led the effort to secure a $330K Ford Foundation grant, represented CTCNet in the Digital Empowerment Campaign. Prior to starting his own firm, Mr. Reese worked at IBM for 11 years where he managed advanced product design, development, and releases. Mr. Reese has been called upon to speak often on technology related issues. Most notably,he was a 2 year participant in the "Blacks In Technology" tour presented by the Tavis Smiley Group, participated in the digital divide tour during the Clinton administration and presented to congress on digital opportunities for minorities. Mr. Reese spends countless hours serving on the following boards: CTCNet, Communities In Schools, Triangle Urban League, The Spencer Foundation and The Durham Chamber of Commerce. Reese completed the University Of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Executive MBA Program and also participated in the prestigious IBM Executive Resource Institute. He earned a BS in Computer Science from Alabama A&M University.


EWI Technologies

www.ewitech.com [cached]

Reese celebrates community involvement at CTCNet's President Reception 7/01/03
Reese featured with other notables at Tavis Smiley's "Blacks In Technology" Conference in Chicago 8/10/02 Reese is quoted in NY Times on President Bush's address to the Urban League (8/02/01 ) Erroll Reese elected head of CTCNet (6/22/01) EWI comments on Bridging the Gap (2/02/01) EWI selected as "Best Practice " Firm at Welfare to Work Conference - Phoenix Arizona Reese Presents EWI's Philosophy and Process Kudos to EWI EWI President joins President Bill Clinton Digital Divide Initiative (6/10/00) WRAL-TV Interview with EWI President, Erroll Reese (2/9/00)


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