Heart Centered TECH is an organization that recognizes outstanding contributions and achievement among technology leaders making the world a better place through ethically sound business practices while simultaneously enhancing community and building profits.
Trust is the core value of our organization and ensures any collaboration or business dealings will end in success.
TRUST + TIME = SUCCESS
HCT recognizes people first. Our network is built by business leaders who place value on the quality of human interactions, demonstrated by their supportive practices that build economic growth and uplift communities. Our members form a peer-to-peer chain of heart-centered individuals that are pre-verified by the our organization and recognized by local political leaders.
The meaning of Heart Centered TECH does not involve working for free, donating all your profits or using only superficial methods to make strategic business decisions. It’s all about aligning the 3 P’s of heart centered entrepreneurship - your passion and purpose with the profit structure of your business. With these 3 elements working harmoniously, achieving business happiness and success is all but guaranteed.
The Heart-Centered TECH Enterprise is by invitation or consensus. Members reap the benefits of a community of Heart-Centered individuals and businesses. An influential community of top professionals who are vetted and invited to join our organization ensures that you have a network of professionals you can trust and vice versa.
Left to Right: Charlie Trinh, Yohie Nakajima, Justin Brezhnez, Cameron Kashani and Jude Belanger.
Local and State
Heart Centered Tech began as a way to verify and authenticate hyper-local growth in the technology sectors within communities by identifying local leaders.
It began in Silicon Beach, Santa Monica, with people in technology making a difference. At events and gatherings Heart Centered TECH Leaders were acknowledged for their contributions to the technology industry. HCT grew from Santa Monica into greater Los Angeles, then statewide with its second chapter in San Francisco.
At a state level, the program is recognized by state government political leaders Senator Ben Allen, Congressman Ted Lieu and Assemblyman Richard Bloom. The politicians present state recognition awards to these HCT leaders as influencers and technologists making a positive impact on the community. HCT provides a resource for understanding the growth of technology as well as the latest innovation to emerge within the community.
Other states now repeat this process with politicians and HCT leaders. As more people participate, leader members grow through enhanced perspectives and greater insights.
As more states adopt the program through political recognition, more leaders and affiliated business gain visibility. HCT is strong and growing every month with new leaders to share their insights on what heart centered leadership means to them.