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Jason Boerner

IT Infrastructure Program Manager

As the IT Infrastructure Program Manager for Technology Services, Jason relies upon his experiences building and growing nonprofit organizations to provide the stable IT infrastructure services these mission-driven organizations need to leverage technology in expanding their organizational capacity. Jason has spent nearly 20 years solving complex business problems using his deep IT background in national and global roles for companies like Microsoft, Seattle Children’s Hospital, Caradigm, True Blue, and Wells Fargo. Jason  holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Montana State University and studied formal language design at the University of Utah.

Outside of work, Jason is passionate about education. He is a frequent volunteer at school events, scholastic chess tournaments, and tutoring math (for Zeon). He loves hiking, cooking, swimming, interesting food, and most of all spending time with his elementary school children. Right now he is introducing them to the marvels of family video gaming.

Fun Fact: Jason grew up in Montana and led Outward Bound trips for many years, and was a last round candidate for the PBS program “Colonial House”. When facing a business challenge Jason will frequently draw on those adventures and lessons to find the best path forward.