Community Collaboration and TechBridge

Oct 30, 2019
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The unique connection between Atlanta’s nonprofit and technology communities allows TechBridge to reimagine how technology can improve nonprofit mission delivery. Our Executive Ambassadors are at the heart of this collaboration between technology leaders, nonprofits, and TechBridge.  

Digital Event Series co-chair and Executive Ambassador Edwina Payne (Senior Vice President and Chief Enterprise Architect at McKesson) recently shared with IT leaders that The Executive Ambassador Program is a great way to give back to the community and bring volunteerism and the mission of TechBridge to life.

Palo Alto Networks and TechBridge recently gathered “northside” Executive Ambassadors and other IT leaders at Roam Perimeter to discuss possible ways to move the TechBridge mission forward, fostering connections between the nonprofit sector and championing innovations existing in business to bring them to nonprofits. From serving as a mentor with our Technology Career Program to connecting corporate IT teams with nonprofits (to complete a needed IT project), our Executive Ambassadors lend their expertise, time, and resources to enhance nonprofit mission delivery and positively impact our city.

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