We’re Board

Charitocracy totally needs this Super Polycom

Jessica and I are excited to announce our three new Charitocracy board members for 2017!

Charitocracy Board Member David Haas

David Haas has over 25 years of innovation, sales, marketing, product development and business development expertise in the Digital Media, Event Technology, Social Media and Experiential Event marketplaces. David’s current focus is launching new technology products for FreemanXP and building personal development apps.

Charitocracy Board Member Melia Wilkinson

Melia Wilkinson spent a majority of her professional career working in marketing, sales and PR, but it's her earlier roles in non-profit that will be most valuable for this role. Melia worked in marketing and events in DC for a lobby group working to educate on the state of children (re: hunger and poverty) as well as on microenterprise. Learning how to stretch a dollar, motivate members and educate are the cornerstones to getting a non-profit off the ground, and Melia looks forward to rolling up her sleeves and getting back into it.

Charitocracy Board Member Mike Andrews

Mike Andrews started programming computers more than 30 years ago, and never stopped. Along the way, he created many legendary bugs, and a few tidy solutions to complex problems in filesystems, distributed computing, computer audio, and block storage. He was awarded two patents for network filesystem technologies. Mike brings a proven background in project management and a fierce sense of humor to the task of chipping away at the world's mountain of injustices with Charitocracy.

We thank Dave, Melia, and Mike for their priceless feedback even before joining the board, and look forward to their continued guidance in the year ahead. Boardom has never been so fun. Well, unless you count when the boardroom was our bedroom. But I guess Charitocracy is becoming all respectable now!

Fools!  We must seize that polycom!

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