Lane Johnson was originally selected by the Eagles with the No. 4-overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft. One of the league’s top offensive tackles, Johnson is a two-time Pro Bowler (2018, 2019) and was named first-team All-Pro following the 2017 season, when he played a vital role on Philadelphia’s Super Bowl LII-winning offensive line.Click here for full bio
Chorus’ Technology Fall Forum is the channel’s most prominent learning seminar and networking experience. In a setting like no other, 150 of Chorus’ top-performing agent/partner community unite for an evening of knowledge, socializing, football and fun. The seminar portion of this event will be held in the Eagles Locker Room & will feature the top carriers & players of the Telecommunications and Cloud Industry today. Panelists will share their most lucrative products & solutions, in a cutting-edge and collaborative format. There will be open format presentations, Q&A, and participant interaction. The Chorus team, together with the panelists, will orchestrate and build a client scenario/case to illustrate how effectively Chorus builds the most efficient and prevalent business solution. Utilizing the panelists’ top attributes, the audience will leave with the knowledge of how each company plays a significant role in building an innovative and collaborative customer solution. This event has tremendously helped agents identify opportunities and has boosted their revenue and skills. Immediately following the seminar portion of Fall Forum, attendees will huddle in the Eagles tunnel & all-new Axalta Club for a game changing networking event. Guests will enjoy complimentary beer & wine, gourmet stadium fare, and an appearance by Lane Johnson, Tackle for the Philadelphia Eagles. The Technology Fall Forum will be an experience that you soon won’t forget.
Michelle Caffrey is a reporter at the Philadelphia Business Journal covering all things tech, higher ed and energy in Greater Philadelphia, with a strong focus on next-generation technologies, the inclusion of underrepresented voices in our economy, entrepreneurship and venture capital. Before joining the Business Journal in 2016, she spent five years at the South Jersey Times and NJ Advance Media reporting for NJ.com. Her coverage there spanned politics, crime, education, and business and earned multiple awards. She holds a B.A. in English from Drew University.