Technology for Good
We seek to provide high-quality educational and networking forums to facilitate the effective use of technology across the nonprofit sector.
Tech4Good Denver is a volunteer-run organization dedicated to fostering the effective use of technology in nonprofit organizations. Tech4Good is affiliated with the Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN) and TechSoup, and brings the expertise of these national organizations home to the front range. Our educational forums give you all you need to know to start using technology to advance your cause. Whether you’re an executive director or an administrative professional, you’ll find something useful at Tech4Good’s forums. Tech4Good brings together experts from the private, public, and nonprofit sectors to give you what you need to know to start using tomorrow’s technology today.
Our board members
Maddie is the Program Evaluation Manager at The Gathering Place, Denver’s only daytime drop-in center that serves women, children, and transgender individuals experiencing poverty. There she manages their client database, performs formative and summarize evaluations, and supports and manages all data entry. Maddie received her bachelors from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay in Nonprofit Management and Political Science. She finished her Masters Degree in 2013 from UC Denver in Public Administration with an emphasis on program evaluation. Before working at The Gathering Place she was a project manager at CiviCore PBC, a software company specializing in databases for nonprofits and public agencies. In her free time Maddie enjoys playing with her pup, Oliver, playing board games and riding bikes.
Mia Fill runs the CU-Boulder Crowdfunding program (www.colorado.edu/
Cara Hart is the IT Director for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver, where she has been keeping the servers, networks, and computers humming since she left the private sector 10 years ago. Cara has been doing IT work since 1993, running the gamut from technical documentation and support, to systems and network administration. She also serves on the advisory board for the Information Technology programs at University of Denver – Colorado Women’s College, and for Tech4Good.
Louise Watson began her career in public media as a volunteer on-air host on her hometown public radio station in Park City, UT in the late nineties. She began her love of non-profit fundraising as she finished her Masters in Political Management from George Washington University in Washington, DC. Louise specialized in web fundraising and online marketing before becoming an Account Manager at one of the largest non-profit-dedicated contact center solutions companies in the US.