Andy Wolber's first technology byline was for a game he created that was published as part of Compute!'s VIC-20 Collection when he was in high school (yes, that was in the mid-1980s). He's been using technology ever since.
Andy writes about Google in the Enterprise as a contributing writer for TechRepublic. He's also taught a course on Nonprofit and Government Technology for Grand Valley State University, and researched and written about software as a freelancer for Idealware.
His experience includes staff positions with Michigan Nonprofit Association and NPower Michigan, the Dallas Historical Society, Dallas Theater Center, Dallas Black Dance Theatre, and volunteer leadership of the Technology Advisory Committee of the Grand Rapids Community Foundation, as well as the Dallas Arts District Friends.
He wrote the technology section for the Michigan Nonprofit Management Manual (2010).
Andy has an MBA and MA in Arts Administration from Southern Methodist University (1992), and a BA in Music Theory & Composition from Spring Arbor University (1990).
"I love to explore how people use technology — and how these tools let us change how we do things, how we communicate, and how we work together."
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