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.
This summer, Apparo’s charitable roots in the IT community are extending to providing educational opportunities for three young men.
2018 Mission Possible Award Winner Charlotte Bilingual Preschool has been selected as a MECK Pre-K site. As they enter their 20th year of service, this partnership will enable them to provide families with extended day preschool programs for the first time.
Kim Lanphear, Apparo’s CEO, discusses the needs of Charlotte area nonprofits and Apparo’s role in improving lives.
The Ada Jenkins Center received Apparo’s 2019 Mission Possible: The Economic Opportunity Award, sponsored by Accenture, on May 11 at the 13th Annual ConnectivIT® Ball. Apparo’s ConnectivIT® Series culminated at the Ball, where the organization reached a series fundraising total of more than $1 million.
Apparo is proud to announce that Stephanie McKee, our Director of Technology Engagements, has been recognized as one of the 50 Most Influential Women by The Mecklenburg Times.
Apparo CEO, Kim Lanphear, and Director of Programs and Pro Bono Partnerships, Lavonne McLean, joined Pamela Escobar in-studio to talk about Apparo’s work helping other nonprofits improve their technology.