DCS’s Michelle Adams Named to 2023 Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) Infrastructure Board
Data Center Systems (DCS) Senior Director of National Accounts, Michelle Adams, has joined the 2023 Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) Infrastructure Society (IS) board.
“TAG brings together and engages more than 1,200 prominent business and thought leaders centered around the most noteworthy and relevant technology trends that are sparking, disrupting, and driving innovation today,” said Adams. “I’m excited about joining the Infrastructure Society board of one of the country’s largest technology associations with 30,000+ members.”
Adams is passionate about helping businesses adopt reliable, scalable, high-performance connectivity to better serve their customers effectively and without interruption.
“Technology and data center infrastructure is ever evolving. As processing speeds continue to increase, the efficiency of your fiber and limiting light loss is more important than ever to satisfy our end-user data access,” said Adams.
More About the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG)
The Technology Association of Georgia’s (TAG’s) mission is to educate, promote, influence, and unite Georgia’s technology community to foster an innovative and connected marketplace that stimulates and enhances Georgia’s tech-based economy.
The association provides members with access to networking and educational programs; recognizes and promotes Georgia’s technology leaders and companies; and advocates for legislative action that enhances the state’s economic climate for technology.
The foundation pillars of TAG are:
- Connect: TAG brings together major players across multiple industry verticals through events, professional societies, and mentorships, drawing from the breadth and depth of Georgia’s vast tech ecosystem and TAG’s 30,000+ members to make lasting connections.
- Influence: TAG fosters business development and enables companies and leaders to influence our state’s future, making sure we have great policies and a favorable business climate for GA’s technology sector to grow and thrive.
- Promote: TAG tells the story of why Georgia is a top location for technology and provides brand visibility across a vibrant tech space. High-profile awards, digital marketing, and global events spotlight Georgia’s technology workforce, and our statewide technology community.
- Educate: Engagement with TAG enables companies to educate audiences and position themselves as key players. TAG also helps prepare the workforce for today and the future through the TAG-Ed, which promotes robust STEM education opportunities.
TAG serves as an umbrella organization for 33 societies including TAG Infrastructure.
More About TAG Infrastructure Society (IS) Board
Adams joins the TAG Infrastructure Society (IS) board that has a mission to spotlight the rich infrastructure in Georgia enabling our state to lead in many areas of technology. Transportation, power, water, data centers and fiber infrastructure, along with the services which are enabled by these resources, make Georgia the logical choice for the next high-tech industry destination.
The society is composed of members, like Adams, who hail from leading technology companies, entrepreneurs, executives, and public policy makers who are committed to advancing the region’s digital infrastructure and connecting professionals from all corners of the infrastructure space, including power, connectivity, data centers, and government relations.
The TAG IS board for 2023 includes:
- Frank Clementi, Society Board Chair (Newmark, Data Center Consulting Group)
- Alan Poole, Society Vice Chair and Podcast Host (Troutman Pepper)
- Daniel Abbey (Cox Enterprises)
- Michelle Adams (Data Center Systems)
- Michael Bresnahan (Chateau Energy Solutions)
- Parker Brunelle (Spencer Bristol Engineering)
- Michael Hamilton (GDT)
- Karlton Holston (Landmark Dividend)
- Cheryl Kleiman (Flexential)
- David Knotts (Contour Engineering)
- Corey Lemming, Society Sponsorship Lead (Evans General Contractors)
- Jason Midlam (Georg Fischer)
- Tim O. Paal (Leadership Logic Consulting)
- Melinda Parrish (Bennett & Pless)
- Reid Rathburn (H5 Data Centers)
- Malaika Rivers (Lexicon Strategies)
- Mike Shamus (Ntirety)
- Jeff Uphues (DC BLOX, Inc.)
· Bill Wilkins (SeekNow)
Adams, a Georgia resident for the past 27 years, is dedicated to helping her DCS clients across the country meet their next-generation data center needs.
“The DCS approach is tailored to meet our client's needs through a consultative process that includes the design, manufacturing, and installation of high-performance structured cabling solutions,” says Adams.