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Kristen Titus
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Kristen Titus Consulting
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Kristen Titus

Company: Kristen Titus Consulting
Title: Principal
Fields of operation: Business (non digital), Professional Service
Twitter: kristentitus



Kristen Titus is Principal of Kristen Titus Consulting, advising startup clients in the areas of strategic planning, management, fundraising, and communications. Most recently, Kristen was the Executive Director of Girls Who Code, a national nonprofit working to close the gender gap in technology and engineering. In its first 18 months of operation, the organization secured funding from 25 corporate and foundation partners, garnered unprecedented coverage in 75 media outlets, and delivered 700% programmatic growth. Recognizing her work in the field, Kristen was named one of TIME Magazine's "30 People Under 30 Changing the World," one of Business Insider’s 2014 “Most Influential Young People in Tech,” one of Forbes’ “Women Changing the World” in 2012, and one of Elle Magazine’s "11 Women Who Might Just Change the World." Her work in New York tech community has been widely recognized; she was named one of Business Insider’s 2013 “Silicon Alley 100,” and noted as one of its “30 Most Important Women Under 30 in Tech.” In 2013, Kristen was named an Aspen Ideas Festival Scholar. Kristen is a former consultant to nonprofit organizations, foundations, and corporate partners working at the intersection of philanthropy and technology, and the former Managing Director of Jumo.com, the social network for the social sector from Facebook Co-Founder Chris Hughes. Kristen helped to launch Jumo in 2010, where she led the organization's programming, fundraising, communications and operations; in 2011, she managed the organization's merger with GOOD Worldwide, LLC. Prior to founding Jumo, Kristen was as a consultant to nonprofit organizations and institutions in the areas of strategic planning, management, and communications. Kristen sits on the Board of Refugees United, Doc2Dock, and CODE2040, and is an Advisor at Grand Central Tech, GlobalGiving, Crisis Text Line, and Techbridge.



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