Team

Staff

Julie Clugage, Co-Founder and Executive Director

Julie Clugage is responsible for growing Team4Tech's partnerships with tech companies and non-profits around the world.  She brings more than 20 years of experience in the world of education, technology and economic development. Before founding Team4Tech, she served as Chief of Staff for Intel Corporation's Corporate Affairs Group and as Global Operations Manager for Intel's Education Market Platforms Group. While at Intel, Julie launched the Intel Education Service Corps, a service and career-development program that links Intel technology and 100 employees per year with non-profit organizations working to improve educational quality in developing countries. This successful program served as a tested model for Team4Tech. Before joining Intel, Julie worked in economic development for seven years at the World Bank, Inter-American Development Bank, USAID, and a teacher training high school in rural Guatemala. She is the mother of three girls and holds an MPA from Princeton University, an MBA from UC Berkeley, and an AB from Dartmouth College.

 

Danielle Martin, Program Manager

Danielle Martin is responsible for continuously enhancing the volunteer leadership development curriculum for Team4Tech projects, and engaging the volunteer alumni community. Team4Tech is a Silicon Valley-based non-profit organization dedicated to advancing educational opportunities in developing countries by matching tech volunteers and solutions with high-impact NGOs. She brings over 15 years of experience with instructional design, youth development, tech & media education, and community organizing. Danielle most recently collected best practices as Knowledge Manager of the global Clubhouse Network, where she created the Start Making! program (and published a book version of the facilitators' guide through Make Media) to incorporate inclusive hands-on engineering projects. She started her focus on youth development and activism as the local Coordinator at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston, Charlestown Clubhouse and then served as an AmeriCorps VISTA volunteer supporting community-based media and technology programs. She later co-created a research group within MIT's Center for Civic Media, the Department of Play, mapping mobile technologies and youth activism methodologies globally. She also supported the 2009 federal stimulus-funded expansion of One Economy's digital literacy and broadband access programs. Danielle holds a BA in Communication Studies from University of Rhode Island and a Master in City Planning from MIT, and she currently serves on Maker Ed's Education Advisory Board.

 

Dawn Kwan, Program Manager

Dawn Kwan is responsible for shaping and implementing Team4Tech projects, and leading marketing and outreach efforts. Dawn's previous experience in the nonprofit sector spans the areas of education, microfinance, and impact assessment. Recognizing that individual donors find it difficult to determine how to maximize the impact of their donations, she helped start a nonprofit organization called Philanthropedia that crowd-sourced expert opinions to help donors give more thoughtfully. Over two years, her research team identified over 100 top nonprofits with the help of 2,000 experts, and she helped manage Philanthropedia's acquisition by GuideStar. She then went on to work at a nonprofit called Vittana, where she managed the micro-education loan portfolio in Southeast Asia to help disadvantaged students complete their higher education, providing loans to over 15,000 students with a 98 percent repayment rate. Dawn holds a BA in International Relations from Stanford University..

 

Martin Maaloumi, Program Manager

Martin Maaloumi is responsible for leading the educational content design for Team4Tech projects, and leading monitoring and evaluation efforts. Martin's two decades of work in the field of education began as a teacher of composition and rhetoric for first generation college students. Since then, he has taught history, world cultures, and ESL to students from ages 10 to 90 in the United States, China, Namibia, and Samoa, where he was a Community Development Volunteer in the Peace Corps. Martin has served as the Academic Director at both St. Giles International and EC English, and he has designed and delivered leadership development and civic engagement training for Teach for America alumni. Prior to a career in education, Martin tried his hand at sculpture and glassblowing. He is also the designated human for three very playful cats. Martin holds an MA in International Comparative Education from Stanford University and an MA in Historical Sociology from Binghamton University .

 

Steve Poehlman, Technical Program Manager

Steve is responsible for leading and consulting on the technical infrastructure and implementation of Team4Tech projects. Steve brings his experience of over 27 years as a microprocessor design engineer at Intel.  During his time at Intel, Steve was a technical lead for several teams in both the design and manufacturing aspects.  He volunteers locally in Fort Collins schools on math and engineering subjects, Boy Scouts and Creator Hub.  Steve used his technical skills to serve as a trainer/planner for Intel Education Service Corps' projects inTanzania and Kenya.  Steve also held this role on a project with Team4Tech in Cape Town, South Africa.    

 

Tom Collett, Fellow

Tom Collett supports Team4Tech’s business development efforts and special projects. Tom is a retired senior business development executive with a proven track record of identifying and executing new strategic growth programs for SAP. He led many exciting projects in the emerging markets, including a rural commerce project in India, and opening SAP’s offices in Saudi Arabia and Egypt. While working on these projects, he experienced firsthand how IT and e-commerce can drive dramatic economic as well as social change in people’s lives. During his SAP career he also managed SAP’s Global Technology Partner team. Prior to SAP, Tom worked for ARCO, a leading oil and gas company, in a number of business development and finance roles. Tom graduated with an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College and has a Bachelor of Science from the University of Warwick in England.

Board of Directors

Lila Ibrahim, Co-Founder; Chief Operations Officer, Coursera

Lila Ibrahim is Board Chair of Team4Tech, and the Chief Business Officer of Coursera. Lila joined Coursera as its first President in August 2013, bringing over 20 years experience in rapid technology and market growth, including more than a dozen years focused in education technology. She spent 18 years at Intel, holding multiple impactful engineering and marketing positions, starting as a Pentium® microprocessor designer, to establishing DVD standards for PCs, and pioneering Intel’s developer program. In 2004, Lila was promoted to Chief of Staff for Intel’s CEO & Chairman. During that time Lila led the Digital Village Initiative, incorporating technology into developing communities worldwide to advance education, entrepreneurship, health and e-governance. After that, she rose to General Manager for the company’s education product sector (currently named the Education Platform Group) and oversaw design, development and business strategy in penetrating both emerging and developing markets. One of many successes included a national initiative with Portugal that resulted in distributing 400K PCs into classrooms and training 30K teachers in only one year. In 2010, she joined renowned Venture Capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB) as a partner leading operations and business development. Lila earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Purdue University. Her achievements have garnered international recognition, earning her honors including: Young Global Leader (World Economic Forum), Henry Crown Fellowship (Aspen Institute), “Women of Vision” (Anita Borg Institute), “2010’s Outstanding Electrical & Computer Engineer” (Purdue University).

 

Mark Friedman, Vice President and Associate General Counsel, Intel Corporation

Mark Friedman is Vice President and Associate General Counsel at Intel Corporation, currently responsible for worldwide legal support of Intel's Sales and Marketing Group, Corporate Affairs Group, and the Intel Foundation. Since joining Intel in 1996, Mark has provided legal support to a wide range of Intel business organizations and was a participant in the Intel Education Service Corps in 2011, traveling to Uganda to teach computing to students living in the slums outside of Kampala. Prior to joining Intel in 1996, Mark was an Associate Attorney at Weil, Gotshal & Manges in New York City, where he specialized in antitrust and international trade law, and a Law Clerk to Judge Jane Restani at the United States Court of International Trade. Mark was also a founding Board member of Community Friends, a Portland, Oregon based non-profit focused on tsunami relief efforts and sustainable economic development in Sri Lanka from 2005-2012. Mark lives in Portland with his wife Mary and two children.

 

Fred Rosenzweig, Co-Founder, Stealth

Fred has worked in a variety of industries and executive positions during his career in Silicon Valley. His first six years were spent in the finance and manufacturing organizations at Tandem computers, where he rose to the position of General Manager. Fred subsequently moved to EFI, the leading company in the industrial printing industry, where he assumed a number of roles. During his last twelve years at EFI, as President and a member of the Board of Directors, Fred helped the company transition from 100% OEM revenue to a direct sales organization with a portfolio of products including application software and large-scale digital printing hardware. He was responsible for operations (manufacturing and service/support included), worldwide sales and marketing, IT, and HR. Since leaving EFI, Fred has helped CEOs at several start ups, including Coursera in the online education market, and Pure Sense in the water conservation market. Most recently, Fred co-founded an autonomous driving company, Drive.ai, with Stanford graduate students. His educational credentials include an engineering degree from Pennsylvania State University and an MBA from the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley.

Advisory Board

Joyce Adolwa, Director of Education, CARE USA

Craig R. BarrettFormer CEO/Chairman of Intel Corporation

Martin BeanVice Chancellor and President, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

James BernardGlobal Director, Partners in Learning, Microsoft

Jennifer Graham Clary, CEO, North of Nine Communications

Helene GayleCEO, McKinsey Social Initiative

Bart Houlahan, Co-Founder, B Lab

Paul Kim, CTO, Graduate School of Education, Stanford University

Ruth LevineDirector Global Development, Hewlett Foundation