Dallas’ iDonate Adds CFO, Executives to Its Leadership Team

Joining new CFO and head of operations Matt Kern at iDonate are Kristi Collins, vice president of customer success and support, with over 19 years of industry experience, and Adam O’Brien, vice president of marketing, who has 15 years of B2B enterprise leadership.

Dallas-based iDonate has appointed Matt Kern as the new chief financial officer and head of operations for the provider of online fundraising software for nonprofits.

Joining Kern at iDonate are Kristi Collins, vice president of customer success and support, with over 19 years of industry experience, and Adam O’Brien, vice president of marketing, who has 15 years of B2B enterprise leadership.

“I am thrilled to welcome Matt, Kristi, and Adam to our team,” iDonate CEO Brad Little said in a statement. “I was lucky to work with Matt previously, and now our customers are going to be the beneficiaries. Matt is a purpose driven executive with deep experience in serving nonprofits, and I couldn’t be more thrilled to have him as our CFO and leading our operations.”

The company said Kern brings a decade of experience in the nonprofit industry, including significant roles at Blackbaud and other emerging growth startups. In his new role, Kern will drive the growth of iDonate’s operational efficiency, focusing on scaling across the organization.

“Bringing on Kristi and Adam, with their deep nonprofit industry knowledge and expertise, positions our team to continue providing world-class support and resources for the nonprofits we serve,” Little said.

Andy Newcomb, Managing Partner at MissionOG and iDonate board member, said he was excited about the appointments, noting their potential to deliver impactful results to iDonate’s customers and constituents.

“As an investor in iDonate, we could not be more thrilled with these timely and impressive appointments,” Newcomb said in a statement. “Their extensive experience and successful track record in serving the non-profit segment will be invaluable as we continue to scale our operations and deliver truly difference making results to our customer organizations and their constituents.”

These additions, along with the recent hiring of Little as CEO, signal a new era as iDonate seeks to capitalize upon the release of the iDonate 2.0 platform and the resulting momentum and market demand for donor-centric digital fundraising solutions, the company said.

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