Matt Aspin and panel
Matt Aspin: Matt believes that people and relationships are the key to success in every organization; and brings that perspective to his work as 501 Commons’ HR and Learning Program Manager.
Born and raised in Massachusetts, Matt received his BA in Psychology from the University of Massachusetts. He pursued his Masters in Adult and Org Learning from Suffolk University and is currently finishing his Masters of Divinity degree from Meadville Lombard Theological School, whose curriculum emphasizes “leadership in communities engaged in social movements and prepares students to be effective and accountable leaders in our multiracial, multicultural, global world.”
Matt draws from broad array of professional and volunteer experiences – including operations management, OD consulting, executive recruiting, training, and HR leadership – much of which he accrued while working at large nonprofit organizations in and around Seattle.
Graham Ford: As Director of Technology Consulting & Services, Graham applies innovation, technology and process improvements to further the missions of both 501 Commons and its clients. For eight years, Graham has led technology design and implementation in mission critical business environments. Additionally, Graham has worked and volunteered in non-profit and governmental institutions in technical and non-technical roles. Enhancing his practical experience in technology and business, Graham has an MBA in Technology Management from the UW Foster School of Business.
Pragya Madan, Dir. Of Human Resources, Friends of Youth
Rashni Sampath, Capacity Building Lead, RVC