IAITAM plays a prominent role in determining and promoting IT Asset Management best practices, but it is our Membership that truly drives industry best practices. As the field matures, experts and leaders emerge who can influence and lead the efforts for process improvements as business demands increase. IAITAM recognizes these experts for their contribution by awarding them the recognition of IAITAM Fellow. These individuals have gone above and beyond in their respective areas and have contributed to the ideals of IAITAM and IT Asset Management best practices.

IAITAM promotes and encourages individuals who go above and beyond to promote and move the ITAM industry forward. To assist this, IAITAM provides many opportunities and avenues to promote the industry.

Activities include:

  • Chairing IMUG sessions
  • Contributing to IAITAM industry webinars
  • Adding content to ITAK magazine and weekly news events
  • Speaking at the IAITAM ACE events
  • Supporting IAITAM efforts and provide feedback and guidance in areas critical to our members
  • Other outlets are available as well, such as volunteering to help with the development/editing of ITAM related standards, providing peer support for other individuals establishing ITAM programs, etc.

IAITAM Fellows regularly meet to discuss new programs, member benefits, product and content development and IAITAM events.  Their contributions are extremely valuable to the organization.

IAITAM wishes to extend our thanks to the current Fellowship team, and we encourage all to reach out to the Fellows, for they are a representative mix of the IAITAM Member community and their combined expertise and knowledge is unsurpassed in the field of IT Asset Management.  You can contact the Fellows via email at info@iaitam.org.

What is an IAITAM Fellow?
IAITAM plays a prominent role in determining IT Asset Management best practices and industry direction. It is the membership that drives best practices, and experts and leaders with foresight emerge from within that base that can positively influence and extract improvements as business demands increase.

Receiving the recognition of being an IAITAM Fellow is not only a reflection of personal achievement, but it also highlights those leaders from the ITAM community who have achieved a substantial level of understanding of the ITAM industry. These individuals are advocates within their own environment for the advancement of ITAM industry best practices and are willing to assist IAITAM and its Members around the world in advocating best practices in asset management.

The Fellowship designation is only awarded to those individuals who have gone above and beyond and provided thought leadership to move the industry forward and have contributed positively to the IT Asset Management profession.

IAITAM encourages its Members to nominate those key individuals that through their excellence and drive have provided the knowledge to others. Current IAITAM Fellows are not permitted to nominate, but IAITAM encourages Members to contact standing Fellows to discuss the process and Fellowship program.

IAITAM encourages and provides opportunities for Fellows to remain involved in the profession by means of:

  • Articles in ITAK or other periodicals
  • White Papers/Gray Papers
  • Invited to speak at major conferences and/or seminars
  • Special IAITAM approved projects
  • Contribute towards best practice and industry standards moving forward
  • Actively participate in both the advancement of the industry and the Association
  • Be an advocate of the IAITAM association and the ITAM industry as a whole

Nominations are initially vetted by the IAITAM Fellowship through the evaluation of written submission forms. This is followed by an election of a select few to become IAITAM Fellows.  Appointments are evaluated on their merits and submission does not guarantee acceptance, therefore annual inductions are only conducted based on merit.  IAITAM Fellows have a right to reject nominations based on failure to meet specified criteria and therefore no Fellows will be inducted for the given year.

Nominations to become an IAITAM Fellow in 2018 must be submitted to IAITAM by an IAITAM member for consideration by December 31, 2017.  Fax the completed nomination form to IAITAM at +1.330.628.3289.

Induction into IAITAM’s Fellowship Program is a great honor with great responsibilities.  Nomination does not guarantee appointment. Official inductees will be announced and inducted during IAITAM ACE (Annual Conference & Exhibition) events.

Qualifications for Fellowship nomination:

Have made significant contribution to the field of IT Asset Management in the form of:

  • Best Practice implementations/Process Improvements
  • ITAM/Hardware/Software Program implementations
  • Articles in ITAK or other periodicals
  • Books/White Papers of educational nature

Additional Membership contributions in the form of:

  • Being an active and contributing Member of IAITAM
  • Speaking at major conferences and/or seminars
  • Contributed towards best practice and industry standards moving forward
  • Have demonstrated substantial achievement from a thought leadership standpoint over a period of at least five years
  • Be a person of integrity who has a proven record of expertise, experience and success in helping organizations achieve results in managing their assets.
  • Be respected in the field of asset management
  • Actively participate in both the advancement of the industry and the Association
  • Be an advocate of IAITAM

IAITAM wishes to extend our thanks to the current Fellowship team, and we encourage all to reach out to the Fellows, for they are individuals who have gone above and beyond to move the industry forward. You can contact the Fellows via email at info@iaitam.org.

Congratulations to the 2017 Inductees

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    BILL TALBOT

    Aspera Technologies Inc

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    DIANE CONAWAY

    SoftwareONE


IAITAM Fellows

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    Barbara Rembiesa

    IAITAM

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    BILL TALBOT

    Aspera Technologies Inc

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    Claudia Rollersbroich

    NATO Communication and Information Agency

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    DAYLE KEYES

    Mutual of Omaha

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    DIANE CONAWAY

    SoftwareONE

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    Elizabeth Armstrong

    Ohio Health

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    Heather Young

    Google

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    Howard Hastings

    OptimalAssets

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    JEANNE MORAIN

    iSpeak Cloud, LLC

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    John Tomeny

    Sassafras Software, Inc.

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    Krzysztof Baczkiewicz

    Counselor to the Minister of Digital Affairs, Poland

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    Larry Shoup

    Silver Tree Solutions, Inc.

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    Patricia (Pat) Cicala

    Cicala & Associates

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    Paul “Doc” Burnham

    ServiceNow

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    Roger Mallett

    Aspera

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    Sherry Irwin

    Technology Asset Management Inc.

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    Steven Klos

    Agnitio Advisors

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    THOMAS (TOM) TACONET

    Cleveland Clinic

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    Walter Darrough

    Flexera