MJ Shoer on CompTIA Community, CCF, and More

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Host Karl caught up with MJ Shoer, the Chief Community Officer at CompTIA. MJ is responsible for leading a team of passionate leaders who deliver programs and benefits to CompTIA’s global community of members. 

MJ is a 25+ year MSP veteran, having owned his MSP for nearly 20 years before merging into a friendly regional competitor subsequently acquired by a national MSP. MJ was a longtime CompTIA member before joining the team.

About CompTIA

CompTIA is a non-Profit IT Trade Association. You’ve certainly heard of CompTIA certifications (A+, Network+, etc.). 

At https://connect.comptia.org, you’ll find the CompTIA communities, technology interest groups, industry advisory councils, and public sector councils make CompTIA strong. Join today and start collaborating on technology and business-building initiatives, network with peers, open doors to new partnerships, and contribute ideas to shape the future of our industry. There is a place for everyone to connect at CompTIA.

Full disclosure: Karl sits on the Executive Council of CompTIA’s Advancing Tech Talent and Diversity Community – the largest and fastest growing community. More info at https://connect.comptia.org/join-now/register?c=ADVTECTLTDIV

CompTIA Communities and Councils Forum is March 14-16 in Chicago. See https://connect.comptia.org/events/view/comptia-communities-councils-forum-(ccf)-2022?sfredirect=/ccf 



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