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Julie Neuner Appointed Vice President of TechBridge

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Nonprofit Technology Innovator, TechBridge, Adds Learning Expertise to its Consulting and Customer Success Team

ATLANTA, GA May 18, 2020 – TechBridge, a nonprofit organization dedicated to breaking the cycle of generational poverty by transforming nonprofits through the innovative use of technology, has announced the appointment of Julie Neuner as its Vice President of Consulting & Customer Success.

Neuner will lead TechBridge consulting teams nationwide, delivering solutions to nonprofits addressing hunger, homelessness, injustice, living wage and other issues that block individuals and families from pathways out of poverty. Neuner will also serve as the top program executive for TechBridge’s Technology Career Program, as Andre Dickens, VP of Development and one of the program’s creators, continues to secure support for TCP from corporations, foundations and agencies.   TechBridge’s Technology Career Program provides technical training, certification, and support for low-income parents, preparing them to earn a livable wage and a sustainable career in the technology sector.

TechBridge CEO Nicole Armstrong said, “Julie Neuner brings 12 years of learning and experience from the public sector. She is extremely adept at managing incredibly complex implementations while exercising a measured approach, which I believe harmonizes well with clients in the nonprofit community. What’s more, Julie’s extensive background in workforce development, her former experience as a teacher, her expertise in curriculum and her passion for education make her perfectly suited to lead the Technology Career Program team, a key component in our mission of breaking multi-generational poverty through innovation.”

For over 20 years Neuner shaped a purposeful career in K-12 education that included hands-on problem-solving, program management, consulting and the development of repeatable solutions. Neuner joins TechBridge from Renaissance Learning where she served as its director of professional development consulting services and led a team of 50 professional services consultants. As a national academic advisor and as a certified consultant in previous roles, Neuner assisted thousands of K-12 school districts, school leaders and teachers with best practices for accelerated literacy, mathematics and mapping strategic goals to ensure sustainable outcomes.

Neuner’s educational expertise and experience coupled with her passion for organizational improvement make her a trusted advisor for customers, outreach teams and program advisors. Prior to Renaissance, Neuner served for more than a decade as the reading and literacy program coordinator for St. Joseph Elementary School and as a children’s librarian in the St. Louis metropolitan area.

“With first-hand experience working with those who deal with the challenges that poverty brings, I fully embrace the TechBridge mission to transform nonprofits through technology. I am inspired by the dedication of our customers, who work tirelessly, for those they serve and am honored to join the TechBridge team to partner with them in this important work,” shared Neuner who accepted the position March 9.

Neuner currently resides in metro St. Louis and is in the process of relocating to Atlanta.  She holds a Bachelor of Science in Education (with certifications in Elementary Education and Workforce Education) and a Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction. She is an active member of the Association for Supervision, Curriculum and Development, and the International Literacy Association.

About TechBridge

Founded in 2000, TechBridge is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that works to transform communities by using technology to empower nonprofit organizations and individuals to break the cycle of generational poverty. Through collective action TechBridge applies its products, collaborative community programs and technical services on ending homelessness, preventing hunger, transforming workforce development, and ensuring justice.