The Tech Museum of Innovation is pleased to announce Teresa Briggs of Deloitte and Christopher DiGiorgio of Accenture as two new additions to the Board of Directors at the museum.
Briggs is managing partner of Deloitte's Silicon Valley practice, which serves technology, clean tech, and life sciences clients across all of Deloitte's competencies including consulting, audit, tax and financial advisory. Briggs is also on the Board of Trustees of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (Silicon Valley chapter), and is a member of the 1stACT Catalyst Team, the Stanford Technology Ventures Program Board of Advisors and the University of Arizona's Eller College of Management Board of Advisors.
As managing director, DiGiorgio is responsible for Accenture's overall practice in the Bay Area and Southern California. DiGiorgio specializes in planning, designing and implementing large-scale integrated management information systems. His industry expertise is in high technology, transportation, semiconductors, finance/accounting, logistics and leasing. DiGiorgio is on the board of the Bay Area Council, the Bay Area Economic Forum and the Santa Clara University School of Business.
About The Tech Museum of Innovation
The Tech Museum is a hands-on technology and science museum for people of all ages and backgrounds. The museum - located in the Capital of Silicon Valley - is a non-profit educational resource established to engage people in exploring and experiencing technologies affecting their lives. Through educational programs, the annual Tech Challenge team competition for youth, and the internationally recognized Tech Awards, presented by Applied Materials, Inc. The Tech Museum celebrates the present and encourages the development of innovative ideas for a more promising future. For more information about The Tech Museum of Innovation, visit www.thetech.org
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