Transforming lives through digital literacy.


As an organization, Community Tech Network is facing a pivotal point in its history. Over the past year, we rapidly shifted our organizational structure to accommodate remote instruction. At the same time, the pandemic prompted a broader societal shift as more and more social services have moved to online formats. This has sharply highlighted the long-standing digital literacy gap as millions of people are unable to fully access important information and resources.

CTN is preparing to scale our impact like never before, and we need the right person to help steer the ship. We are currently seeking a dynamic, passionate, and collaborative Executive Managing Director to co-lead the organization alongside CTN’s co-founder, Kami Griffiths.

“We are excited to announce this new leadership position within CTN,” says Kami. “The person selected to fill this role will help lead our team and manage day-to-day operations of the business. This will enable me to develop the nonprofit capacity-building work that is essential for us to scale our impact.” 

The CTN Executive Managing Director will be an experienced, innovative, and collaborative leader with a compelling presence and exceptional communication and relationship-building skills. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of three years of senior management experience, preferably in the nonprofit management field, with a successful track record in entrepreneurial environments holding positions of increasing complexity and responsibility. This position, based in the San Francisco Bay Area, reports directly to our board of directors. Primary responsibilities fall into four main categories: financial oversight, fundraising and development, operations and program administration, and board relations and support.

This is a fantastic opportunity for a results-oriented and inspiring leader to work alongside the founder/executive national director of CTN. This person will support our organization as we seek to strengthen infrastructure, deepen existing relationships, and put in place the systems, procedures, and policies needed to support a rapid expansion of programs and services.

The new leadership position represents a huge step for CTN. We are rapidly expanding our outreach as more partners realize that their communities need help getting online and connected. If you are interested in the position or know someone who might make a great addition to our team, please review the full job description here. Applicants may send a cover letter as an email to and attach a resume.

CTN Hiring for New Leadership Position

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