Founder and Executive Director
Craig’s goal is to help every nonprofit run an efficient website which helps the organization fulfill its mission online! He has been a nonprofit consultant and board member for more than a decade, and has helped several nonprofits grow from garage startups to international organizations. He has implemented dozens of nonprofit websites and databases for organizations in nearly every field of industry from health-care to after-school programs, international aid to housing development.
Grant Writer / Instructor
Megan has been a grant writer for 11 years, during which time her grants have secured millions in funding from public, private and government sources. Her recent grant writing successes include obtaining $50,000 for medications in rural Guatemala clinics; $30,000 to finance education services for at-risk foster care students in Florida; and $10,000 to support a children’s program at a rural Louisiana homeless shelter.
Developer / Coder
Matt has been coding and developing websites since he was eight years old. He is an integral part of the OrgSpring team and handles complex development web initiatives. He is based in Ireland and attends University of Cambridge, one of the world’s top 5 institutions for computer science.
Designer / Graphic Artist
Kevin is a graduate of Duquesne University and is a talented web designer and graphic artist. He has worked with nonprofits throughout the region in helping craft websites, logos, and overall brand strategies. His talents are a big part of what makes OrgSpring designs modern and inspiring.
Brian Ross Adams
Brian is co-founder of AwesomeHousePV.com, a new media marketing company for politicians in California. He has been a nonprofit exec and political consultant for more than a decade, raising millions of dollars for his clients during that time. Brian has been involved with and has helped win some of the most influential political campaign in California history. Brian consults with OrgSpring on political content and strategy, congressional research, and legislative technology.