Rick provides on-site Information Technology support for a number of charter schools and nonprofit organizations. Prior to Community IT, Rick did legislative work for a safety advocacy group on Capitol Hill for four years. This experience gives him an deeper understanding of the organizational and technical challenges nonprofits face.
He enjoys working with organizations in the Washington, DC area and seeing first-hand how they are all working together to improve the community. Rick is a A+ certified, and holds Bachelors degrees in Political Science and Psychology from the University of Delaware. He is also an Eagle Scout and an avid reader of fiction.
Join Matt Eshleman, CTO of Community IT, on Wednesday, October 21, 2020 – from 3-4pm EDT for a webinar on cybersecurity training for nonprofits.
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