Cascadia Technical Mentorship is a Washington based consultancy with an international track record. Leveraging over 30 years of experience in nonprofit management, we can help your organization with technology strategy, holistic security and organizational management.
Kate has worked at the intersection of technology and nonprofits for the last decade. She specializes in formalizing communities into organizational structures, product management, technical strategy and building open communities. Her mantra is “people before data”.
We have an extensive network of contractors, consultants and freelancers around the globe ready to help you realize your next big idea. Whether it’s a short term assignment or recruiting a new team, we can help you make the right connections.
Chris has worked in the field of nonprofit security for nearly two decades. He specializes in working with organizations to build strong security cultures and practices to empower them to take measured risks. Chris is a passionate advocate of the holistic approach to security.
Geospatial data has become an indispensable tool for today’s non profits to understand and change the world. We can help you choose the right tools for data collection, assist in training data collectors and design methods of data analysis.
Regardless of your organization’s size or reach, the modern world is a hostile place for change makers. We can help you design and implement programs that enhance the physical, digital and psycho-social security of your people.
Governance & Strategy
Fulfill your organization’s mission by turning your vision and values into strategy and action. We can help you with Strategic Planning, Board Recruitment, Governance and Policy.
Who we work with
We work with value-driven organizations to build communities, train and grow their staff and develop strategies to leave their mark on the world.
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