The Technologist Federation of Nashville is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and growing the grassroots tech talent in Middle Tennessee, including software developers, designers, product managers, marketers, entrepreneurs and anyone else whose work involves building tech, by providing opportunities to learn, share and connect.
Founded by community organizers Chuck Bryant, Jacques Woodcock, and John Wark, TechFed Nashville supports the people who power our local tech economy, who turn out for events to learn, share and network, and who influence and lead their colleagues and peers.
TechFed Nashville is governed by a small Board of Directors who are advised by a Community Board, comprised of organizers and community leaders, and an Advisory Board, comprised of representatives of sponsoring companies.
Technologists in Middle Tennessee can join for free to stay up-to-date on events and community happenings.
We offer business support to organizers of existing tech events and user groups in the Nashville area so they can focus less on logistics and more on content programming. We also help new groups form and thrive through mentorships and support.
We advise companies on how to best engage and support the Nashville tech community, providing a knowledgable single point-of-contact to help make smart sponsorship investments that consider the full range of opportunities to build a custom strategic plan and budget.