Where Funding Goes
When you donate, you help keep a team of talented and innovative product managers, developers, and designers build solutions for nonprofits. They focus their time on solutions that drive positive social change
Support aspiring entrepreneurs around the world. When you donate FuseChange will focus time and resources into a variety of unique opportunities such as out Pro-Bono Services Program. This service is provided at no cost to that grantee. You would be surprised how many amazing innovators we have met over the years.
Keep Collaboration Free
FuseChange is an OpenSource Platform that will always be free to the public to find open source solutions to learn from, build upon and collaborate with others. No one should be excluded from collaborating.
Server & Technology Costs
Donate, simply to help keep up our basic technology to ensure we have the tools and infrastructure to support social innovators.
I transform complex processes and ideas into over the top product solutions. My other half develops collaborative systems to help people and the environment for that last 20 years. It’s always been my goal to fully merge social good with business and do so collaboratively.
Professionally, I enjoy working in startups because it involves running on ambiguity and uncertainty. It provide me with a sense of enjoyable chaos. So my career spans across a wide range of activities that include business strategy, sales, marketing, product development and user experience design.
I have founded a SaaS social enterprise and launched a range of projects that brought diverse groups of people together solve problems. I also enjoy finding people with leadership skills and coaching them to use their talents to inspire others and do good in the world.
What makes me who I am…. I embrace diversity, like to be good and kind (to the best of my ability). It’s my mission to help people and the environment in someway.
What are your passions to help change the world?
I want to help as many people as I can utilizing technologies as an approach to increase change output. I also want to create an organization that will define what it means to be a company of people that hold strong values to be good, kind and embrace the diversity of others.
Danny has over 22 years of experience in IT across multiple domains including fintech, healthcare, and nonprofit. He is driven by new and interesting ways of leveraging technology for public good. A career as a senior technology executive in financial services, he plays an active role as a social entrepreneur at FuseChange. His skills include technology strategy, business alignment, solution delivery, and operations management. Danny’s curriculum vitae runs the gamut of technology including Salesforce, Cloud computing, Data architecture and Conversational AI.
Danny still finds time to code things as diverse as the Raspberry Pi and the Google Cloud Platform. An advocate of Richard Stallman and all things open source, he believes in the potential of open source as a driver for positive earth scale change.
Originally from India, Danny has lived in the Boston area for over 20 years. In his spare time he travels, cooks, obsessively cleans and has weathered life during the pandemic by trying to improve his first person shooter gaming skills.
Kashyap had design as a part of his soul since an early age and he cherishes expressing visions through unique creations. He is trained in ceramic sciences and visual arts at the top Design School in India (GCAC). Kashyap and his team of leading UX/UI designers have produced hundreds of brand designs and thousands of websites. His designs and products can be seen in over 20 countries since 2004.
Regina is a FuseChange Board of Director an expert in community partnerships, public health, diversity, inclusion and equity. Regina originally from Rwanda has always been deeply involved in strengthening her local community anywhere she resides. She is the co-founder of Never Again International that started to educate and empower youth in her home country of Rwanda. Regina has also produce a wide range of conferences and local event that bring a diverse range of community expertise together to collaborate on social issues.
Regina has worked with a variety of in international development organizations including; The World Bank, Clinton Global Health Initiative and currently works for the City of Portland.