CIO in Residence, NetHope & former CIO of the IRC
David has over 22 years of experience in many facets of technology. He has worked at large non-profits, small startups, and many things in between. He combines a strong systems and application management background with a solid grounding in business fundamentals. As the CIO of the IRC, David has global responsibility for all technology activities. Leading a staff of 26 in New York and Nairobi, he oversees teams focused on infrastructure, application development, and project management. He and his team are responsible for RescueNet, the IRC’s global intranet, and are working on other enterprise systems for grants management, program data management, and HRIS. On the infrastructure side, David and his team are working to increase the reliability of IT in the IRC’s field offices by implementing a global WAN via satellite, as well as solutions for general infrastructure and networking. Most recently, the IRC has launched, under David’s leadership, a unit focused on providing technology solutions in support of program delivery (ICT for Programs).
Goodman holds a B.A. in Philosophy and Linguistics from Hampshire College, and an MBA in Management from Fordham University.