We work with technology teams and corporate social impact groups to design and manage programs that maximize the impact of your tech leaders in the community and in your business.
Our team works with your social impact and technology teams to design a technology governance leadership program that is optimized to achieve your goals, from leadership development to social impact to building strategic partnerships.
We provide your nonprofit partners with the training they need to identify or activate the right tech leader for their board, setting them up to maximize their impact.
We train technology leaders serving on boards on how to best partner with nonprofit leadership to ensure the organization has the tech strategy and resources they need to achieve their mission. They assess the current state of tech gov at the organization, prepare recommendations, and work with the board and CEO to plan for next steps.
Certified board members gain access to our community of their peers who support each other to find resources and solve problems. They also gain access to our library of tools and best practices.
Our services are designed by Aaron Hurst, a pioneer in pro bono and purpose-driven leadership development. In partnership with our national TeAdvisory Council, he leads the design of all of our services to ensure they serve the true needs of the nonprofit sector and develop technologists who learn to lead with purpose.
Nonprofit organizations that are tech-savvy are four times more likely to achieve their missions, but they can t always afford to hire senior talent. Placing tech leaders on nonprofit boards is a high-leverage way to close the digital divide and ensure our communities have the resources they need.
Nonprofit board service is a powerful way to develop technology leaders become CTO- and CIO-ready and eventually serve on corporate boards. Board service can help leaders:
Investing in placing and supporting diverse emerging leaders in your technology organization can accelerate their growth and promotion, demonstrate your investment in their success, and increase their connections to the company.
Employees who believe their managers have a purpose mindset are 3 times more likely to report being fulfilled at work, expect to stay in their job longer and are brand ambassadors. In placing promising leaders on boards, you're supporting their growth, and the growth and wellbeing of their teams.
Law firms, banks, and consulting firms invest in placing people on nonprofit boards because community connections help them build strategic networks. You can create new opportunities for your company while giving individual leaders uniquely challenging opportunities that make them more customers-focused and innovative.