The NonProfit CIO
Strategic Consulting for the Non-Profit and Higher Ed Sectors

Strategic, Flexible, Affordable
Our basis for business is that only medium and large museums and non-profits can afford a full-time chief information officer or director of information technology.  The NonProfit CIO plans to fill the gap for organizations that would like to have a long-term strategic technology plan, advice on upgrading the existing information infrastructure, or to expand the operation into new areas like social media and distance learning. 
The NonProfit CIO builds on my personal experience as a Chief Information Officer and allows us to bring  the right staffing to your project at the right time.  Using consultants to expand the range we can offer expertise in the use of social media for membership and development as well as enhancing your collections management system and launching access to that information.  We advise on appropriate selection of systems for marketing and PR, fundraising, web design and implementation, and the development of disaster preparedness plans for your digital assets.
The NonProfit CIO provides services in the area of information technology planning, management, and auditing to  maximize the existing infrastructure and manage technology that is critical for the success of the mission.
The NonProfit CIO
Katherine Burton Jones is the the president of the NonProfit CIO.  She has over fifteen years experience delivering innovative “enterprise” technology solutions for Harvard University, educational and cultural institutions and public and private non-profit organizations.  She has worked in the higher ed, museum and non-profit sectors for over twenty five years.  The NonProfit CIO is based in Newton, MA but serves a national client base.