Atlanta Technology Icon, Charlie Paparelli, Appointed New President of High Tech Ministries




ATLANTA, GA –November 17, 2016–  High Tech Ministries announces the appointment of Charlie Paparelli as the president, effective immediately. In his new presidential role Paparelli is responsible for leadership, community impact as well as the spiritual and fiscal health of the ministry.


Charlie Paparelli

Paparelli is an active angel investor, mentor and blogger ( in the Atlanta high tech community. He is well known and highly respected throughout the Atlanta tech scene. Paparelli was the keynote speaker for this year’s High Tech Prayer Breakfast where he shared his inspiring story. To watch the video click here.

“I am thrilled to be chosen to lead High Tech Ministries,” said Paparelli. “Christ was the foundation for the first 25 years of High Tech Ministries and he will be for the next 25 years. If you are in Atlanta high tech, I’ll be catching up with you soon.”

“It is clear to the entire board that God has called Charlie into this role,” said Matt Stevens, chairman of High Tech Ministries. “His passion to invest not just in businesses, but in the people of the Atlanta technology market is undeniable. Coupled with his deep love of Christ, Charlie is exactly the right person to continue to grow the High Tech Ministries’ community.”

About High Tech Ministries

Currently celebrating its 25th anniversary, High Tech Ministries is an independent non-profit organization serving the Atlanta technology community. Their goal is to lead people into a life-changing personal relationship with Jesus Christ.  To this end, they create business environments in the technology workplace where God can be discovered. These include: the Annual Atlanta High Tech Prayer Breakfast, Two Hour Blitz through the Bible, Six Week Discovery Series and Grace@Work Bible studies. Each year over 2,000 Atlanta technology leaders participate in these events.

For more information visit or contact HTM Program Manager, Amie Hood, 770.648.3875.

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