TAG Welcomes Three New Board Members

Sep 6, 2018

The Technology Affinity Group (TAG) is pleased to announce three new additions to its board of directors, replacing outgoing board members John Mohr, Edima Elinewinga, and Dan Schoenfeld.

Commencing their terms in 2019, the organization’s new board members bring a variety of skills, perspectives, and experiences to steward one of the sector’s leading membership associations. Join us in welcoming Sam Caplan, Satonya Fair, and Kristopher LeCorgne.


Chief Information Officer
Walton Family Foundation

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Director of Grants Management
The Annie E. Casey Foundation

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Director of Grants Administration
John S. and James L. Knight Foundation

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“We are delighted to welcome Satonya, Kris and Sam as new directors, following an extensive search for appropriate candidates,” says Board President, James Rutt. “As TAG continues to evolve and pursue its mission and vision of bringing to its membership the highest level of resources and learning opportunities, these new directors will bring to TAG a wide range of relevant experience and expertise in the practice of technology in the philanthropic space.”

“Given the diverse backgrounds and impressive track records of each of our new board members,” says James Rutt, “I am confident that their leadership will have a meaningful impact on TAG’s future growth.”

About the Technology Association of Grantmakers

TAG is a 501(c)(3) non-profit membership organization that promotes the strategic, innovative, and equitable use of technology in philanthropy to solve problems and improve lives. With over 2000 members in 300 foundations throughout North America and beyond, TAG is the voice of technology in the philanthropic sector, providing technology professionals, tech funders, and “accidental techies” with knowledge, networks, mentoring, and educational opportunities.

Since 2008, the Technology Association of Grantmakers (TAG) has built a global community, conducted groundbreaking research, and become an advocate for investment in tech infrastructure throughout the charitable sector. For more information, visit tagtech.org.