Sean Williams
Program Consultant, Cloud Services

Sean Williams is a Program Consultant and Solutions Architect and joined TechBridge in June 2014 through the acquisition of SEMA Development, a nonprofit which he and a fellow Georgia Tech graduate co-founded to deliver affordable mobile apps to other nonprofits. Sean has worked directly with over 25 nonprofits with operating budgets ranging from $500K to $125M to manage various technology projects.

Sean leverages his background as a public speaker to advocate innovation and social enterprise across the country, speaking at various venues including the NTEN NTC Conference in San Jose, California and the Points of Light Civic Accelerator Pitch Night at the World of Coke Museum in Atlanta, GA. His insights on the importance of IT Security for Nonprofits have been featured in articles by the Chronicle of Philanthropy and Evans Consulting Group. Sean also serves on the Advisory Board of Enterprise2Empower, a Georgia Tech student organization that matches students of all backgrounds to fulfilling employment opportunities at social businesses, non-profit organizations, NGOs, philanthropies, etc. that fuel positive social and environmental impact.

Outside of TechBridge, Sean is an avid outdoorsman and can be found trudging up mountains to prepare for his next “GORUCK Challenge” and working towards life goals to someday scale Mount Denali and complete an Iron Man. Sean lives in the Old Fourth Ward district of Atlanta where he attends Renovation Church and hopes to continue to invest in his neighbors and community.