TechNet Announces New Members of Executive Management Team

Apr 12, 2001, 01:00 ET from TechNet

    PALO ALTO, Calif., April 12 /PRNewswire/ -- TechNet, the nation's pre-
 eminent network of high tech leaders, announced today that Donnie Fowler,
 previously with the Clinton/Gore Administration, has joined the organization
 as Vice President of Democratic Outreach. Additionally, Connie Correll, former
 Information Technology Industry Council (ITIC) executive, has been named
 Executive Vice President of TechNet.
     "TechNet is excited to have these two distinguished individuals join our
 team," said Rick White, TechNet CEO. "Donnie brings with him years of
 experience in politics and policy, and strong connections with leaders in the
 Democrat Party. I'm convinced he will help expand TechNet's influence in
 Washington, DC and around the country."
     "Connie was an essential member of my staff when I was a member of
 Congress. Her strategic counsel and management ability will help ensure that
 TechNet's goals and objectives are achieved," White concluded.
     Mr. Fowler was formally a National Field Director for the Gore/Lieberman
 Campaign 2000 Team.  He also worked in the office of Chairman of the Federal
 Communications Commission, and was a staff member in the Clinton White House
 where he focused on legislation liaison work.
     Ms. Correll, previously worked with ITIC as Director of Communications.
 From 1995 - 1998, she was a member of Rick White's congressional staff as
 press secretary and administrative assistant. Ms. Correll has a bachelor's
 degree in business from the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington.
 
     About TechNet
     TechNet (http://www.technet.org ) is a network of senior executives of the
 nation's leading companies. Founded in 1997 by John Doerr, Jim Barksdale and
 John Chambers, their goal was to establish a national network to advocate for
 public policy favorable to the New Economy. TechNet now has over 270 member
 companies including hardware, software, biotech, and content providers, as
 well as venture capitalists, investment banks and law firms who are growing
 the New Economy.
 
 

SOURCE TechNet
    PALO ALTO, Calif., April 12 /PRNewswire/ -- TechNet, the nation's pre-
 eminent network of high tech leaders, announced today that Donnie Fowler,
 previously with the Clinton/Gore Administration, has joined the organization
 as Vice President of Democratic Outreach. Additionally, Connie Correll, former
 Information Technology Industry Council (ITIC) executive, has been named
 Executive Vice President of TechNet.
     "TechNet is excited to have these two distinguished individuals join our
 team," said Rick White, TechNet CEO. "Donnie brings with him years of
 experience in politics and policy, and strong connections with leaders in the
 Democrat Party. I'm convinced he will help expand TechNet's influence in
 Washington, DC and around the country."
     "Connie was an essential member of my staff when I was a member of
 Congress. Her strategic counsel and management ability will help ensure that
 TechNet's goals and objectives are achieved," White concluded.
     Mr. Fowler was formally a National Field Director for the Gore/Lieberman
 Campaign 2000 Team.  He also worked in the office of Chairman of the Federal
 Communications Commission, and was a staff member in the Clinton White House
 where he focused on legislation liaison work.
     Ms. Correll, previously worked with ITIC as Director of Communications.
 From 1995 - 1998, she was a member of Rick White's congressional staff as
 press secretary and administrative assistant. Ms. Correll has a bachelor's
 degree in business from the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington.
 
     About TechNet
     TechNet (http://www.technet.org ) is a network of senior executives of the
 nation's leading companies. Founded in 1997 by John Doerr, Jim Barksdale and
 John Chambers, their goal was to establish a national network to advocate for
 public policy favorable to the New Economy. TechNet now has over 270 member
 companies including hardware, software, biotech, and content providers, as
 well as venture capitalists, investment banks and law firms who are growing
 the New Economy.
 
 SOURCE  TechNet