Collaboration For Good started out as a pet-project, a lab experiment, to reflect on my work in data management and collaboration systems and strategy in the non-profit world. Blogging encouraged me to seek out new ground, opinions, perspectives, and frames. I do it for fun and to feed my addiction to learning.
Seeking even greater diversity and perspective, my wife and I moved to Tanzania in the Fall of 2012. I was looking for a fresh understanding on how different people and communities come together to solve their problems in an entirely different technological and cultural context.
In my pre-African world, I spent most of the last three years developing solutions for education non-profits in the areas of collaboration and data management. I’m passionate about social justice, hiking, travel, my tenor sax, and risotto.
My writing is also syndicated at DZone where I’m a “Most Valuable Blogger”.