With a focus on the nonprofit sector, Jim brings to the team more than 30 years of IT experience and an impressive track record for implementing optimal long-term solutions that address a wide variety of organizational challenges. His open-minded, holistic and forward-thinking approach helps him partner with clients to build successful, prosperous businesses supported by technology.
“The potential for technology to positively impact an organization at all levels is limitless. IT can be a catalyst for change and improvement that starts with considerations at the strategic level.”
Prior to joining Hartman, Jim was the chief information officer at the Council for Professional Recognition, where he led restructuring efforts, technology modernization and business process optimization. He also held senior IT leadership roles with the Society of the Plastics Industry, AARP, the National Industries for the Blind, and the Catholic University of America, where he replaced legacy mainframe-based applications and introduced the university’s online student course registration and faculty grade submission capabilities.
Outside of work, you might catch Jim on the basketball court in a game he’s been running for 18 years. He also stays active golfing, bike riding and downhill skiing. In calmer moments, he enjoys spending time with his family, watching movies and listening to music.