Kansas City Business Association Welcomes Dr. Shelly Cooper, KCBA’s New Vice President of Education/Technology


Technology Training: Share innovative technology methods and propose new processes to the organization. Instruct team members on advantages and uses of technological products. Introduce new strategies to the team that will improve workflow and the customer experience.

Project Management: Oversee IT projects from initiation to completion, ensuring they are delivered on time and within budget. This includes collaborating with other departments and stakeholders.

Vendor Management: Evaluate and manage relationships with IT vendors and service providers. Negotiate contracts, monitor performance, and ensure value for money.

Risk Management: Identify and mitigate IT risks that could impact the organization. Develop and implement strategies to minimize potential disruptions to IT services.

Technology Assessment: Stay informed about emerging technologies and trends. Evaluate and recommend new technologies that could improve efficiency, productivity, and competitiveness.

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