We’re passionate about making philanthropy accessible and meaningful. Check out our stories, then join our effort and make one of your own.
Brian Donaldson – President & CEO
Brian is a leader with 25 years experience and a proven track record leading successful technology businesses and non-profit organizations. Brian has a passion for philanthropy: he has served on the board of Boys & Girls Clubs of King County for the past 13 years, was appointed Interim Chief Executive Officer of Boys & Girls Clubs of King County in 2011 and served as Interim Chief Information Officer for Boys & Girls Clubs of America in 2012 and 2013, and is a Partner with Social Venture Partners in Seattle.
Fun fact: Brian spent a summer riding his motorcycle from Seattle to Alaska and enjoys long rides with friends.
Bradley Krugh – VP of Partnerships & Operations
The ever-charming Bradley is our first point of contact for development and partner relations. He’s the former GM of AskMe and is one of the best darn project managers you’ll ever meet. Bradley works off-site in Jackson, Wyoming, but graces the Seattle office with his presence and cowboy hat once a month. He’s the proud dad of two young girls and enjoys spending time outdoors.
Fun fact: Our tech geniuses are working to build a secret iPhone app to track Bradley’s movements. The goal is to make sure that he’s not sneaking out to the ski resort during work hours.
Digvijay Chauhan – Co-Founder
Digvijay is the co-founder and volunteer President of SeeYourImpact.org. With only a few dollars in his pocket, Digvijay traveled to Seattle from India 20 years ago to attend graduate school at Seattle University. He had no Plan B in mind. Happily, it all worked out and Digvijay went on to a successful career at Microsoft before co-founding AskMe, and now SeeYourImpact.org.
Fun fact: Digvijay believes strongly in knowing that you know not.
Scott Oki – Co-Founder, Chairman of the Board
Scott is the Co-Founder and Chairman of the Board of SeeYourImpact.org. He was the first Senior Vice President named at Microsoft, and was chiefly in charge of Sales and Marketing. Scott has spent the last 17 years focused almost 100% on philanthropy, participating in over 100 non-profit organizations, and starting over a dozen more.
Fun fact: Scott can beat any one of us over table tennis. He owns his own paddle. We think it’s rigged.
Steve Eisner – Chief Technology Officer
Steve is the master of our domain. He’s the MacGyver behind our super-sweet website and has an uncanny ability to solve any technical problem in five minutes or less. Steve graduated from MIT, where he frequently sprinted from one end of the Infinite Corridor to the other. He previously worked at Microsoft and AskMe.
Fun fact: Steve has been to the last 10 Burning Man festivals.
Jamie Van Horne – Director of Partnerships
Jamie works directly with SeeYourImpact’s non-profit partners to make their fundraising campaigns successful! She comes to SeeYourImpact.org after having lived in Madrid for two years and earning her Masters degree in International Relations from IE Business School. She also has her degree in Psychology from Yale University. Jamie loves her job because she gets to interact with such incredible people in the non-profit space. In her free time, she likes to be outside, play basketball and cook for her friends.
Fun fact: Jamie was the captain of the Yale women’s basketball team and holds records for three point shooting.
Dylan Holmes – Campaign Manager
Dylan guides our nonprofit partners through the development and implementation of fundraising campaigns. He also oversees the publication of stories that highlight the impact of giving through SeeYourImpact to our partners (impact stories). Dylan graduated from Oberlin College with a degree in Biology and a serious respect for Midwest winters.
Fun fact: Dylan co-captained and co-coached a local lacrosse team while studying abroad in Seville, Spain.
Alex Deakin – Web Developer
Alex is on our team of super sharp web developers. He makes sure things run smoothly behind the scenes. You might be able to tell from his photo that he likes to keep a low-profile.
Fun fact: Alex created a mobile phone app that rates the beers on tap at his favorite pub in Seattle!