Diverse tech nonprofit entrepreneurs around the globe build tech to solve social issues ranging from education, to healthcare, to human rights. AGG convenes all players in the tech nonprofit ecosystem to spark meaningful conversations both on stage and off, with a laser focus on how we can apply the best technology to our biggest social problems. Expect inspiration from tech nonprofit founders and tech philanthropy leaders who will push you to consider how technology, new funding models, and human capital are fueling a next generation social sector.
We’re bringing focused tech for good workshops, our most-loved Accelerator sessions, and micro mentorship with tech leaders to AGG.
Jeff Lawson is the founder, CEO and chairman of Twilio. A serial entrepreneur and a software developer, Jeff co-founded Twilio in 2008 to bring communications into the world of software.
Katharina is CIO at Mozilla, the tech nonprofit working to create an internet that is open, accessible, humane and inclusive. She was previously CEO of Spiegel Online.
Harris co-founded Center for Humane Technology to re-align technology with humanity’s best interests. He was formerly the Design Ethicist at Google.
Aria runs DoSomething.org, the largest global organization for young people and social change with over 5M members taking action, and counting.
Premal co-founded Kiva, a tech nonprofit crowdfunding platform that has raised over $1B for low-income entrepreneurs in 80 countries.
Tim is the founder, CEO, and Chairman of O’Reilly Media, and a partner at early stage venture firm O’Reilly AlphaTech Ventures. He is the author of WTF: What’s the Future and Why It’s Up to Us.
Julie is the CEO of Thorn, the tech nonprofit building tools to defend children from sexual abuse. Previously, she was VP of Marketing at (RED).
Dr. Rojas is dedicated to improving the lives of working people, people of color, & immigrants. She is co-founder of The Workers Lab, an org building power for working people.
Janeen is a seasoned leader with 20+ years of experience with Fortune 100 companies. Janeen uses her influence to lead causal work that changes the world.
Brewster has spent his career focused on providing Universal Access to All Knowledge as founder and Digital Librarian of the Internet Archive, one of the world’s largest libraries.
Sam is a Co-Founder of WeTheProtesters, which equips activists with digital tools, research and policy solutions to end police violence in their communities.
Raquel is Chief Marketing Officer at GoFundMe, the world’s largest crowdfunding platform. Previously she served as an executive at Procter & Gamble.
Elizabeth is the Washington Post’s Silicon Valley Correspondent. Previously, she reported on big data and AI at the Wall Street Journal.
Ever a social impact trailblazer, before leading CSR at Eventbrite, Caroline led Global Community Outreach & Philanthropy @ Twitter.
Aston’s made a career of building great products, as the first engineer at Dropbox and Engineering Director at UnitedMasters. Aston is Fast Forward board member.
Marco is the Chief Technology Officer at the American Civil Liberties Union.
Tom oversees global coverage of the tech industry for Bloomberg News, Bloomberg Businessweek, Bloomberg.com and Bloomberg’s broadcast outlets.
A partner at Greylock Partners, James invests in mission-driven entrepreneurs who combine tech and human touch to deliver amazing consumer services.
Admas leads social impact and philanthropy at GitHub, and has over 15 years of experience across the social sector.
Jamie Allison is the Executive Director of the Walter & Elise Haas Fund. Prior, Jamie helped lead the S. H. Cowell Foundation.
Shannon is a Co-Founder & ED of Fast Forward. Previously, she was the founding ED of Spark, the world’s largest network of millennial philanthropists.
Kevin is an experienced software entrepreneur and the Co-Founder/President of Fast Forward, the accelerator for tech nonprofits.
Alexandra is the Founder and CEO of Beyond 12, a digital mentorship platform transforming first-generation students into college graduates.
Tina Lee is Founder and CEO of MotherCoders, the workforce development organization teaching moms to code.
Erin is the founding Executive Director of Okta for Good. She has worked at the intersection of business and social impact for over a decade.
Kathryn Doyle is Senior Principal at Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation, a global venture philanthropy firm.
Olivia has spent 15 years in social impact. Before joining PagerDuty, Olivia built Yahoo’s global CSR program & worked with Ashoka.
As Fast Forward’s VP of Marketing, Christina helps grow the tech nonprofit sector through events like AGG, and increased visibility for tech nonprofits.
As a tech editor at Bloomberg News, Aki hosts the mini documentary series Next Jobs, which profiles people in careers of the future.
Megan is a senior reporter at TechCrunch, and host of TechCrunch’s Mixtape podcast, focused on diversity, inclusion and social justice.
Alana is a staff writer for The Atlantic, specializing in how public policy and economics affect everyday Americans.
Bill leads Technology Innovation at Robin Hood’s Blue Ridge Labs. Previously, Bill founded two successful tech startups.
Anne is Venture Capital Editor at Bloomberg. She was previously a Senior Editor at Fortune magazine.
An Investor at Bloomberg Beta, Minn is focused on investing in entrepreneurs shaping the future of work
A serial entrepreneur, Evan Marwell founded EducationSuperHighway to bring internet to every public school classroom in the US.
The co-founder of Flixster and RottenTomatoes, Saran is a CTO coach & advisor for technology leaders at early-stage startups, and an active angel investor.
A seasoned agile expert, David leads the development of agile product delivery practices for PagerDuty’s Realtime Operations Management Platform.
Jared is the Founder and ED of CareerVillage.org, the tech nonprofit using online volunteering to crowdsource career advice for youth at a massive scale.
Debra has been working at the intersection of technology and democracy since 2004. She currently serves as the Founder and CEO of Vote.org.
Jaime-Alexis is Founder and Executive Director of Empower Work, immediate, confidential support for challenging work situations, at your fingertips.
Founder of Think of Us and 30 under 30 recipient, Sixto co-led the 1st ever White House Foster Care and Technology Hackathon.
Anjana is the Chief Technology Officer at Callisto, a tech non-profit that builds technology to combat sexual assault. Previously, she worked at Palantir Technologies.
A member of CTOs for Good, Matt is the CTO of DoSomething.org. In addition, Matt advises and serves on the board for multiple organizations.
Jamie is Co-Founder and Executive Director at Learning Equality, the offline platform making open education resources globally accessible.
With over 20 years of education and nonprofit experience, Mialisa leads LitLab, the organization building strong foundations for early learners.
Tiernan leads communications & public affairs at Wayfindr, which uses audio navigation to empower vision impaired people to travel spontaneously and independently.
Aziz is the Co-Founder of Tarjimly, the tech nonprofit connecting bilinguals with refugees and aid workers to solve the humanitarian language crisis.
Sarahi is an immigrant, Dreamer, and founder of DREAMer’s Roadmap, a free mobile app that connects undocumented students to college scholarships.
As Product Design Lead at ACLU, Allen designs tools for activism.
Rohan Pavuluri is the Co-Founder & CEO of Upsolve, the tech nonprofit providing low income Americans a lifeline out of poverty through Chapter 7 bankruptcy.