Gavin Clabaugh has been a thought leader in nptech (short for nonprofit technology) since long before nptech became a buzzword (or even a hashtag).
He is the keynote speaker for next week’s TechNow Conference, the Bayer Center’s 10th annual conference on nonprofit technology, happening October 24 at the Regional Learning Alliance in Cranberry.
Gavin is the vice president of information services at the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation. In that position, he oversees all aspects of information technology for the foundation and assumes responsibility for managing its library, archives, intranet, extranet and communications services.
Gavin has specialized in nonprofit technology since the circuit rider movement in the late 1990s, when it was a widespread practice for funders to hire freelance-but-dedicated techies to service multiple nonprofits. He’s witnessed and participated in the founding of multiple technology capacity building groups, including Aspiration, National Strategy for Nonprofit Technology (NSNT) and Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN).
In fact, he’s been such a key influence in nonprofit technology and the NTEN community that the organization awarded him the NTEN Lifetime Achievement Award in 2007. He’s also been named to the Nonprofit Times “NPT50,” a list of the 50 most influential leaders in the U.S. nonprofit sector, not once but twice!
You can hear Gavin speak and find out ways to leverage technology to meet your organization’s mission by registering for TechNow today!