DAMA Kansas City

DAMA Kansas City

Kansas City chapter of the Data Management Association (DAMA)

Membership Benefits

Benefits of Kansas City DAMA Membership

  1. Stay up to date:  Cutting edge education on Data Management and Leadership
    • Three ½ day meetings and a discount to the full-day DAMA Day Workshop
    • Presenters include top talent in the DM field including Bill Inmon, Steve Hoberman, Claudia Imhoff, Karen Lopez, Peter Aiken, John Zachman, etc.
    • Topics include things like Advanced Data Modeling, Data Vault, Big Data, Data Governance, Agile Architecture, Sematic Structure Analysis, etc.
  2. Stay connected:  Network with like-minded Data Management professionals in the area
    • Many of Kansas City’s top DM professionals are members from areas such as banking, local government, retail, financial, theatrical, consulting, etc.
    • Access to the KC-DAMA website, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIN  pages to share data related events and job openings
  3. Help yourself: Every membership includes access to DAMA International
    • Nationally recognized leader in Data Management, sponsors of the CDMP certification and the Data Management Book of Knowledge (DMBOK)
    • Discounts at the largest Data Conferences in the world like Enterprise Data World
    • Access to DAMA sponsored events: https://www.dama.org/events/month
    • Access to DAMA job listings across the globe
  4. Have fun: Two free socials a year to relax and have fun with other DAMA members
    • One summer and one winter event give members a chance to have a good time
    • Past events have included things like the Kansas City BBQ tour, Comedy City, Dinner Mystery Theater, TopGolf, T-Bones Game, Kauffman Performing Arts Tour, etc.
  5. Save money: Get all of this for $75 or less per year!
    • Training and social benefits are well over $1000 a year – now that’s a smart investment!

Membership Details

  • Membership runs from April 1 to March 31 of the following year.

To renew a membership or become a new member, please visit our Join DAMA page.

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