Chief Information Officer

Aaron is a non-profit technology, quality assurance and operations executive with 25 years of experience providing strategic leadership to align an organization’s staff support services with its mission.

In his most recent position as Chief Information & Quality Officer at Project Renewal, he oversaw the Information Technology, Program Evaluation & Quality Assurance, and Security departments. He led Project Renewal’s migration to an infrastructure-as-a-service model using Microsoft Azure, created a data warehouse that merges client data from all systems to produce analytics and reporting, managed the migration to a new behavioral health EHR, and implemented a multi-layer security architecture that resulted in no breaches or data compromise events during his tenure.

Before his time at Project Renewal, Aaron served in various management roles at Partners International, an IT consulting firm focused on the non-profit, human services sector. He served as the lead consultant on large multi-year IT projects for American Red Cross, Restoring Family Links, Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services, The United States Library of Congress Congressional Office for International Leadership, and Special Olympics, among others.

Aaron is both personally and professionally committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion work. He has volunteered for organizations focused on gender, race, and class equity and remains active in those efforts in his community.