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Gregg Oosterbaan to lead strategic technology direction for Foundation
COLUMBUS, OH (February 5, 2019) — Gregg Oosterbaan has joined The Columbus Foundation as Vice President of Information Technology. In this role, he is responsible for driving the strategic technology direction of the Foundation, as well as developing and supporting the Foundation’s portfolio of enterprise business applications and core infrastructure services, including the Foundation’s vibrant online giving marketplace, The Giving Store.
“Gregg comes to the Foundation with extensive experience in progressive leadership roles at first-rate institutions. We welcome his talent and expertise in guiding the technological future of our organization.”
DOUGLAS F. KRIDLER, PRESIDENT AND CEO OF THE COLUMBUS FOUNDATION
In his previous role, Gregg served as Vice President of Technology for the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, where he led software development, application strategy, infrastructure services, and data analytics. He has also held several senior technology roles in the financial services sector at JPMorgan Chase.
Gregg holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Franklin University, is a member of the Columbus CIO Forum, and serves as a technology advisor to the Columbus Metropolitan Library.
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The Columbus Foundation serves more than 2,500 individuals, families, and businesses that have created unique funds and planned gifts to make a difference in the lives of others through the most effective philanthropy possible. Now 75 years strong, The Columbus Foundation is Your Trusted Philanthropic Advisor® and the eighth largest community foundation in the United States.