2019 Fall Forum Special Guest

Originally selected by Philadelphia with the 13th-overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, Brandon Graham is the longest- tenured member of the Eagles defense. In 2017, Graham was named a Pro Bowl first alternate after leading the team with career highs in sacks (9.5) and TFL (16). Graham also ranks 8th in the NFL with 11 FFs since 2014.


• Recorded the top defensive play of Super Bowl LII when he strip-sacked Patriots QB Tom Brady in the fourth quarter (recovered by Derek Barnett). The takeaway set up a 46-yard FG by Jake Elliott that gave the Eagles a 41-33 lead with 1:05 remaining.

• Voted second-team All-Pro by the Associated Press in 2016

• Has produced the 8th-most FFs (11) in the NFL since 2014, trailing only Lavonte David (15), Jamie Collins (12), Bruce Irvin (12), Chandler Jones (12), Ryan Kerrigan (12), Robert Quinn (12) and Cameron Wake (12)

The Venue

Lincoln Financial Field

The Eagles Locker Room & Axalta Club & Tunnel

More on the Event

Special Guest Host and Moderator: June Noto, Vice President IT, HR and Administrative Services for NJAMHAA

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 "Strip Sack" Brandon Graham. The Technology Fall Forum will be an experience that you soon won’t forget.

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Meet the Host and Moderator:

June Ann Noto is the Vice President of Information Technology, Human Resources and Administrative Services at the New Jersey Association of Mental Health and Addiction Agencies, Inc. (NJAMHAA). For the past 17 years, Ms. Noto has directed the Community Information Technology Project, which is a joint public/private venture of NJAMHAA and the NJ Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS), providing technology leadership, advocacy and support to more than 200 human services organizations.

With a diverse information technology (IT) background spanning more than 30 years, Ms. Noto has a record of leadership and achievement in automating business processes to improve efficiency, reduce costs and improve outcomes, while aligning the technology vision to the strategic plan and mission of the organization.

She has participated on the Office of the National Coordinator’s Communities of Practice, Specialty Practice Workgroup, and had been appointed as a NJ Health IT Champion by the NJ Health Information Commission. Ms. Noto was the first to implement a behavioral health electronic records collaborative in New Jersey, as well as implement the nation’s first statewide behavioral health benchmarking initiative in New Jersey.

Ms. Noto has presented at several conferences hosted by the Center for Mental Health Services, the Coalition of Mental Health Consumer Organizations, the New Jersey Association of Community Providers, ASAH Private School Association, the NJ Primary Care Association, the NJ Center for Non-Profits and NJAMHAA on topics of compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), IT planning, security, business continuity, Software as a Service (SaaS), cloud computing, and Cyber Security. Ms. Noto has also authored articles for Mental Health Weekly, Behavioral Healthcare magazine, NJAMHAA News and the IT Project’s quarterly newsletter, Bits & Bytes.

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