Promote your event to the UC Tech community

By Anna Ahearn, Yael Berkovich, Alex Chrystal, Laurel Skurko and Yvonne Tevis. Tap into a community of over 10,000 UC Tech members. Invite participants from all UC locations and unlock a range of benefits:

  • Gain greater publicity for, and recognition of, your event
  • Share important ideas and expand your scope of influence
  • Foster wider networking and collaboration among participants
  • Connect UC personnel living near your campus with colleagues from across the system
  • Cultivate a sense of inclusion and belonging
  • Create opportunities for students interested in tech
  • Contribute to the growth of our UC Tech community

Tech for all. Systemwide UC Tech events refer to activities that are open to personnel from all locations, whether in-person or virtual. Examples include conferences, presentations, webinars, workshops, trainings, networking and appreciation events. Don’t limit yourself—consider the advantages of making your event systemwide.

All for tech. Who is in the UC Tech community? IT folks, folks who support IT, and anyone across the UC system who has a passion for using data, technology, and design is welcome to join our innovative UC Tech community. 

Share your event systemwide by sending your event website and availability for a 15-minute virtual consultation meeting to

The UC IT Blog team will work with you to share your event:

Systemwide channels

Campus IT communication leads and internal channels

  • Calendar invitations
  • CIO forums
  • Community calendars
  • IT news or events websites
  • IT staff lists
  • Management lists
  • Newsletters
  • Slack / Teams channels
  • Vendors / sponsors
  • Other campus internal groups

Boost promotion with these tips:

  1. Reach out early
  2. Include important details such as your event’s website

See you at the next event. 

This resource is brought to you by the UC Tech Engagement Committee.


Anna Ahearn
Lead UX designer, IT Services

Yael Berkovich

Yael Berkovich
Director, Enterprise information architecture

Alex Chrystal
Communications & Training Manager
UC Riverside

Laurel Skurko, Marketing & Communications, IT Services, UC Office of the President
Laurel Skurko
Marketing & Communications
UC Office of the President
Yvonne Tevis
Yvonne Tevis
Contractor, Office of the Chief Information Officer
UC Office of the President