TRANSFORMING NONPROFITS AND COMMUNITIES
Technology Career Program
The Technology Career Program is a free, part-time 16-week program that focuses on technology and business education for unemployed or underemployed adults interested in finding a career in technology. After achieving success with their first class based in Atlanta, TechBridge and Goodwill of North Georgia were quick to continue collaboration and launch the first Technology Career Program class in Cobb County in partnership with CobbWorks.
Cobb County’s first class concluded with an 84% graduation rate (vs. 19% college graduation rate in tech nationwide), with 19 of 21 graduates achieving certifications. Notably, 33% of graduates were women and 28% of graduates were veterans.
Cobb County’s First Class
By the Numbers
84% Graduation Rate vs.
19% College Graduation in Tech Nationwide
19 of 21 Graduates Became Certified (Salesforce, Web, etc.)
33% of Graduates were Women
28% of Graduates were Veterans
TechBridge’s Mission is to Use Technology to Break the Cycle of Poverty
With your support, we enable nonprofits to get the tools they need to gain insight,
collaborate on services, and provide access to opportunity for the people they serve.
GEORGIA DIGITAL EVENT SERIES
April 27, 2019
Hyatt Regency Atlanta
5:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Our black-tie awards ceremony recognizes the most impactful community leaders from the nonprofit, corporate and foundation sectors. The night is filled with event entertainment and networking with several after-parties.
To read our 2018 Digital Ball Recap, click here >>
TechBridge is a nonprofit focused on leveraging its business and technology expertise to drive community impact within individual nonprofits and communities. TechBridge helps your nonprofit utilize technology to maximize your mission delivery and improve your contribution to the community.
Dream Big Technology Grant
Georgia’s Dream Big technology grant provides funding to make dreams into reality. Nonprofit organizations outline ideas to improve client journeys, re-invent onboarding, motivate donors, link service partners, illustrate their impact and many other brilliant endeavors.
GEORGIA LEADERSHIP BOARD
TechBridge was born from the vision of key technology and community influencers in the Atlanta, Georgia, area. These visionaries persuaded more technology leaders and influencers to join our cause, and together they have shaped TechBridge’s growth and helped us to become what we are today.
Our distinguished board members are based in and around Atlanta. The organizations they represent extend across the nation and globally.
Vish NarendraBOARD CHAIR
CIO, Graphic Packaging, International
John HutchinsVICE BOARD CHAIR
Marva BailerBOARD SECRETARY
Director of Sales – Major Accounts, Splunk
Greg ArthurBOARD TREASURER
Regional VP – East, Insight
Clint BaileyVP of Sales and Founder, HUNTER Technical
Keith BooneGroup Technology Officer – Products, Accenture
Kevin CampbellPartner, PwC
Scott CaseCIO, SunTrust Banks, Inc.
Jay FerroCIO, The Quikrete Companies
Frank FuerstCEO & Co-Founder, B2B Technologies, LLC
Scott GellerCEO, PartWorks | TechBridge Co-Founder
Jamie LewisVenture Partner, Rain Capital Corporation
Brad MasseyAVP, ECP, Salesforce.com
Marci McCarthyCEO and President, T.E.N.
Scott McGlaunCIO, BlueCross BlueShield of Alabama.
David TeskePartner, Alston & Bird, LLP
Ashok VantipalliCIO, Tirehub
Carol WaddySenior Leader, Community Affairs & Strategic Partnerships, Chick-fil-A Corporate