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DAMA-RMC generally holds four Chapter meetings annually on topics pursuant to DAMA’s goals and has attained broad appeal in the region a resource for Information Resource Management.

Meetings include a variety of featured presenters, special interest group panels, case studies, technical showcases, informal round-table discussions, and offer opportunities for invaluable sharing between professionals in our field.

In 2023, DAMA-RMC transitioned to a paid membership model with exclusive professional member benefits and events. First meetings will always be free for DAMA-RMC guest members.

DAMA-RMC Quarterly Chapter Events

2024 Dates:

Most events are Fridays 2:30pm-5:30pm followed by happy hour!

  • Q1 - February 2
  • Q2 - April 26
  • Q3 - July 19*
  • Q4 - October 18*
  • Holiday Party - December TBD

*Tentative Dates - Check back for updated dates and times!

Event Registration Rates

Attendee Category

In Person



Professional Members*



Guest Members** (First Event is Free) $20 $10




Individual Vendors Representatives (All Events)

$50  N/A

*Events are complimentary for Professional Members.

**Professional & Guest Member pricing requires registration and log-in.

***Some events limited to Professional and/or Guest Members only. 

Event table/booth and other sponsorship opportunities available. See Sponsor Benefits for more information. Contact to book your space at a future events or if you are a hiring company representative and would like to attend to connect with potential employees. 

Registration now open for the next DAMA-RMC Event!

Join us for our upcoming Q2 chapter event on April 26th, 2024!

AI: Pragmatic Business Views & Data Management Implications


Data Quality Management Best Practices  

See all event details and register HERE!

Our Events

    • 04/26/2024
    • 2:30 PM - 5:30 PM
    • TBD
    • 163

    Join DAMA-RMC 


    AI: A Pragmatic Business View and the Implications for Data Management


    Data Quality Management Best Practices

    When: Friday, April 26th - 2:30pm-5:30pm 

    Location: Thrive Workplace - Centennial

    Address: 9200 E Mineral Ave, Centennial, CO 80112

    Price: Log-in to receive membership pricing!

    • Professional Members: Always Complimentary & Free!
    • Guest Members: First In-Person event $0, In-Person $20, Virtual $10
    • Non-members: In-Person $25, Virtual $15


    AI: A Pragmatic Business View and the Implications for Data Management

    with Jed Summerton


    Jed Summerton is a senior leader of business analytics, specializing in applying the insights of data sciences to improve organizational performance. As a consultant he has served over 100 companies in developing and operating large-scale data and analytics systems in health care, telecommunications, financial services, manufacturing and retailing.

    He has extensive experience as an IT executive in large, international IT organizations, including DaVita, GE Capital, Level 3 Communications, Qwest/Century Link and Level 3 Communications (now merged as Lumen), CaridianBCT (now TerumoBCT), and Group Health Cooperative.

    He has served as a faculty member of The Data Warehousing Institute and currently teaches in the MBA and MSBA programs at the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver, where he also chairs the advisory board for the department of Business Information and Analytics.

    Summerton has earned several industry awards for IT innovation and best practices.

    LinkedIn - Jed Summerton


    Artificial Intelligence burst into the mainstream in October 2022, when OpenAI released ChatGPT and garnered 100 million users in 2 months.  Although AI is not new, the excitement over ChatGPT generated a lot of questions for business as well as society in general.

    In this interactive session we will explore and discuss the business implications of AI, and how it might improve knowledge synthesis and management, enhance productivity, manage real-time situations and enable new kinds of creativity.  Noting that good data underlies all AI, we will discuss which principles of long-standing best practices in data need to carry forward in the age of AI to maximize its potential benefit.  We also will discuss what aspects of data usage may need to change, or change in importance, to make AI a valuable and ethical tool to enhance business performance. 

    Everyone is welcome to offer their experiences, perspectives and suggestions of how the data community can and should support the use of AI.

    Data Quality Management Best Practices

    with Cher Fox


    Cher Fox is a true data geek that's been solving the data puzzle for over 35 years. As the President & Founder of Fox Consulting, she advises organizations to proactively define and optimize their processes, and enhance quality standards, to resolve their most painful data insight issues.  Her decades of deep practitioner experience, in data, analytics, and business intelligence, specializes in crafting and executing strategic analytics roadmaps for global companies dealing with complex financial data solutions. Additionally, Cher guides senior leaders on confidently leveraging their existing software assets to overcome their technology challenges, facilitating better experiences in making data-driven business decisions while also resulting in significant time and money savings on maintenance and support.  She is recognized internationally, having spoken at 19 conferences, and is known for championing excellence, empowering organizations to embrace change, and unlocking the full potential of their data assets. 

    Cher has formerly held the corporate positions of CEO (interim) for a national marketing agency, SVP Business Operations for a regional construction firm, IT Manager (interim) for a national risk management company, & Customer Services Manager for an international software development group.

    Cher currently serves as VP of Marketing on the Data Management Association - Rocky Mountain Chapter board & is formerly a board member for the Colorado Chapter of The Data Warehouse Institute (TDWI).  She contributes to HMG Strategy, Women in Technology, Women in Data (WiD), Society for Information Management (SIM), Colorado Technology Association (CTA), & SQL chapters and groups. 

    LinkedIn - Cher Fox


    This presentation examines the key practices for effective data quality management, and will provide a practical roadmap to enhance data quality practices. I will analyze the strategic definition of data quality standards, emphasizing various principles. The importance of proactive data profiling, coupled with regular assessments, is highlighted for identifying and addressing anomalies. The session reinforces the significance of a robust data governance framework, automated validation processes, and metadata management to ensure contextual insights.

    Continuous monitoring, supported by alert systems, is discussed for tracking data quality metrics in real-time. Cultivating a data quality culture through user training and awareness is suggested as a vital component. The presentation also explores the utilization of data quality metrics and key performance indicators to benchmark and assess effectiveness. The commitment to continuous improvement concludes the discussion, emphasizing the importance of regularly reviewing and adapting practices to evolving business needs.

    Other Details:

    Light refreshments and snacks will be provided. 

    Doors open at 2:00pm for networking and presentations begin promptly at 3:00pm.

     Thrive Workspace has free parking and is in close proximity to the Denver Tech Center, the I-25/E-470 interchange and a short walk from the RTD Dry Creek Station.

    A special THANK YOU to long-time DAMA-RMC member, Marc Beacom, for donating the Thrive Workspace room for our event!

    Event followed by a

    “Pint of Data” Happy Hour 


    9627 E County Line Rd, Centennial, CO 80112

    Event table/booth and other sponsorship and job promotion opportunities available. See Sponsor Benefits for more information.

    Contact to book your space at a future events. 

    • 05/16/2024
    • 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • COATI Foodhall 514 S. Tejon Street Colorado Springs, CO 80903

    Join DAMA Rocky Mountain Chapter for our first Colorado Springs Mixer event on May 16th, 2024 5p - 8p at COATI Foodhall located at 514 S. Tejon Street                                                                                        Colorado Springs, CO      80903

    Join Data Professionals of all levels to network and learn more about the DAMA RMC network.

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