I’ve been privileged to have spent most of my career helping individuals and organizations use technology to do good.
In 2004 I began working at thedatabank, inc. and for the next eight and a half years I worked with nonprofit organizations across the United States, building databases that fit their individual fundraising, communications and organizing needs. I also worked with organizations to ensure that their technology fit their organizational culture and that as their situation changed, and their organizations grew, their software would grow with them. Check out some of my posts at Technology for Change, thedatabank’s blog.
In 2014, I started work at the University of Minnesota, where I help faculty and staff leverage the wide range of IT resources available at the University as they do research, teaching, community outreach, to address poverty, disease, hunger and other grand challenges that affect our world.