We believe that tech governance is critical to enabling and accelerating nonprofit progress.
We believe that technology industry leaders who serve as tech-focused board members can play a leading role in that progress by partnering with nonprofit CEOs to imagine and source the technology plans, concepts, tools, and teams nonprofits need to succeed.
We believe that many leaders in the tech industry can bring skills and expertise coupled with curiosity, humility, deep networks for information or pro bono expertise, and a drive for authentic impact tuned to the specific needs of the nonprofits they support.
And we believe that what these leaders need is the how: a defined role, a connection to the right nonprofit, and the playbook to kick off and continue a useful and fulfilling board service engagement.
Board.Dev is here to make that happen.
We’re sharing the resources and networks tech leaders need to serve effectively through the Board.Dev community, launching in 2024. Tech leaders serving as board members can tap this network for expertise, pro bono resources, and problem-solving; nonprofit CEOs can recruit board members or source ideas for change management across board and operations. Learn more here.
We’re sharing the playbook nonprofit CEOs need to define the right technical board role, introduce the model to their current board, and recruit and manage a technical board member. Sign up to access resources, get on the list for upcoming webinars, and stay connected for our 2024 community launch. Learn more here.
Tech leaders are searching for more meaningful impact and community engagement opportunities, and board service brings a range of benefits to companies, from retention to innovation. We can help you activate your team in ways that make sense in your community. Learn more here.