Vice President, Big Duck
New York, NY
Digital Media Manager,
New York, NY
Digital Strategy and Alumni Relations,
Pathways to Education Canada
Next Century Cities
Gayle Samuelson Carpentier
Chief Business Development Officer,
San Francisco, CA
San Francisco, CA
Speaker, and Author
Los Altos, CA
Information Technology Director,
Asian Americans Advancing Justice Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA
Multnomah County Library District
New York, NY
Founder and Director,
TechLab, FHI 360
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BOARD MEMBERS EMERITUS
Katya Andresen, ePals
David Barnard, Independent
Miriam Barnard, Democracy Now! Productions
Amy Borgstrom, Corporation for National and Community Service
Rusty Burwell, American Lung Association
Patrick Collins, Hewlett Foundation
Barbara Chang, NPower NY
Gavin Clabaugh, Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
Ami Dar, Idealist.org
Lauren-Glenn Davitian, CCTV
David Eisner, Corporation for National and Community Service
Phil Ferrante-Roseberry, TechSoup Global
Reg Foster, IBM
Michael Gilbert, The Gilbert Center
Maddie Grant, WorkXO
Sheeraz Haji, Cleantech Group
Edward G.Happ, International Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies
Tom Krackeler, Frontleaf
Lynn Labieniec, Beaconfire Consulting
Bill Lester, EngenderHealth
Steve MacLaughlin, Blackbaud
Tucker MacLean, Etherios
Jody Mahoney, Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology
Marc Osten, Consultant
Randall Pinkett, BCT Partners
Richard K. Rappleye, Independent
Michael Schreiber, GBCHealth
Nancy Schwartz, Getting Attention.org
Jillaine Smith, Grantmakers for Organizational Effectiveness
Vince Stehle, Surdna Foundation
Almin Surani, Canadian Red Cross
Eileen Twiggs, Independent
Agnes Zach, Willamette Valley Development Officers
Jereme Bivins has been volunteering, organizing, strategizing, and raising money for causes, politicians, and nonprofits for over ten years.Currently the digital media manager at the Rockefeller Foundation — a grantmaking institution which supports work that expands opportunity and strengthens resilience to social, economic, health, and environmental challenges — Jereme helps communicate the foundation’s work through digital media and emerging technologies. He is also a co-organizer of New York City’s Nonprofit Tech Club 501 Tech NYC, which hosts monthly educational and networking events for nonprofit professionals in the metro area, and a Huffington Post contributor.Jereme received his BA in Political Science and Biology from Elmira College, and his Master of Bioethics from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. Find him on Twitter at @jcbivins. First term runs through Spring 2017.
Gayle Samuelson Carpentier is the Chief Business Development Officer at TechSoup Global. Upon joining TechSoup Global in 2001 as the program’s founding Business Development lead, Ms. Carpentier developed the strategic structure of its product donation service. The service allows nonprofits to find a large array of donated technology in one place, while still reflecting each donating company’s unique philanthropic goals. In her expanded role, Ms Carpentier works with all sections of TechSoup Global to grow and maintain the unique focus of direct services and benefits to the nonprofit and civil society sector. Whether scoping business criteria for new international partners, negotiating multi-national donation programs, developing business strategies and structures for new initiatives, or speaking out on the essential need for corporations to support nonprofit efforts, she continues to expand and stretch the market understanding and interpretation of the role technology plays in the overall health of the sector. First term runs through Spring 2017.
David Geilhufe is the Senior Director of NetSuite.org, responsible for the design and management of all NetSuite (NYSE:N) corporate citizenship efforts including product donations and pro bono volunteering. For over 20 years, David has operated at the intersection of technology and social change.
As the founding director of the Eastmont Computing Center, he lead a nonprofit providing technology access and learning to over 400 community members each week, including one of the first Cisco Networking Academies serving at risk youth. He helped found CiviCRM, open source software that runs over 4,000 global NGOs and designed and executed a grant program to give away $350M in computers to schools and community based agencies in the US. One of his favorite accomplishments was helping to coordinate over 1,000 volunteers to build a crowd-sourced web-based index every missing person on the web after hurricane Katrina.
David is always looking to create and execute a big idea that will do a little good for the world. First term runs through Spring 2018.
Beth Kanter is a well-established international leader in nonprofits’ use of networks, data, and learning. Her first book “The Networked Nonprofit,” introduced the sector to a new way of thinking and operating in a connected world. Her second book, “Measuring the Networked Nonprofit,” is a practical guide for using measurement and learning to achieve social impact. She is currently working on her third book, to also be published by Wiley, called “Happy, Healthy Nonprofit: Strategies for Impact without Burnout” which will focus on self-care in the nonprofit sector. She is the author of Beth’s Blog where she writes about networks, data, learning, training and facilitation techniques and self-care, one of the longest running and most popular nonprofit blogs. Beth has over 35 years working in the nonprofit sector in technology, training, and capacity and has facilitated trainings for nonprofits on every continent in the world (except Antarctica). Find her on Twitter at @kanter. First term runs through Spring 2019.
Ken Montenegro is a Los Angeles native and has been a nonprofit technologist for over 17 years. He has been fortunate enough to work with the Northeast Valley Health Corporation; Maternal & Child Health Access; Homeless Healthcare Los Angeles; and the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles. He is currently the Information Technology Director at Asian Americans Advancing Justice Los Angeles.
When not doing nonprofit technology, Ken can often be found working with community based groups resisting state violence on behalf of the National Lawyers Guild, or bumming around book and record stores with his teenage son. Ken is the child of Guatemalan & Ecuadorian immigrants. His educational background is in history and literature; is a law school graduate; and has had poetry translations (Spanish to English) appear in 3 literary journals. First term runs through Spring 2018.
Vailey Oehlke is the director of Multnomah County Library, the third-highest circulating library in the United States. In her 20 years working in public libraries, Vailey has observed firsthand the game-changing effects brought about by shifting trends in the digital landscape on the information needs of patrons and communities. With Vailey at the helm, Multnomah County Library achieved launched the Rockwood Makerspace, the library’s first creative learning space; The Gallery, the library’s first online platform for digital special collections; the nationally renowned My Librarian service, which offers readers the opportunity to connect with librarians in an online environment to receive personalized book recommendations; and the first ever countywide Digital Equity Action Plan.
In addition to serving on the NTEN Executive Board, Vailey is a member of the IMLS-COSLA Measures That Matter Advisory Committee. She is a former President of the Public Library Association (2015-16), has served on the executive boards of PLA (2011-13) and the Urban Libraries Council (2012-15), and has contributed to an array of other working groups and committees.
When she’s not at the library, she enjoys being outdoors, dining with friends, motorcycling down smooth rural highways and cavorting with her adorable dog, Tucker.