Born and raised in Silicon Valley, David's passion is the intersection of technology and social change. To him, there is nothing quite like the social impact of nonprofit or social enterprise using technology to more effectively manage, track, measure and/or achieve their social impact. David's career started designing income and employment generation programs in East Africa and post-Soviet Europe. He was the founding director of the Eastmont Computing Center which provided technology access and learning to over 400 community members each week, including one of the first Cisco Networking Academies serving at risk youth. He has helped put together 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.