Apparo’s CEO, Kim Lanphear, emphasiz that nonprofits are businesses too, and that in being such warrant the choice to invest in business-process-improving technology, free of stigma.
In her interview, Courtney lists humans’ superpowers as Time, Talent and Treasure. She emphasizes that even if an individual doesn’t have all three, chances are they have at least one.
Spectrum News anchor Claudine Chalfant interviewed Apparo’s Director of Programs & Pro Bono Engagements, Lavonne McLean, about the Mission Possible Award program.
Apparo was recognized by the Charlotte Business Journal as one of the 2019 Best Places to Work in Charlotte, in the small business category. We’re incredibly honored by this recognition.
At our 2019 Community Impact Breakfast, Apparo CEO, Kim Lanphear, compared Apparo to a friend that knows a lot about cars. She told the story of a friend who was having car troubles but didn’t think addressing them was an option – until another friend showed him the way. Like that friend, Apparo shows our […]
Apparo is pleased to announce Courtney Ramey as the winner of its inaugural TechExec Community Impact Award.
They touched on one of the biggest challenges nonprofits face, and why strong nonprofits are a critical component of addressing economic mobility in the area.
“Our Board of Directors continues to stand at the cornerstone of the growth and success that Apparo has been privileged to experience over the 15 years it has been in the Charlotte community.”
Apparo’s Director of Technology Engagement, Stephanie McKee, spoke on a panel at Gidget Girls – a summer camp led by the Dottie Rose Foundation that teaches girls how to code.
The PROJECT Podcast, hosted by Steve Rutherford, featured Apparo CEO, Kim Lanphear, with Charlotte Bilingual Preschool Executive Director, Banu Valladares, to talk about our partnership.