NEW YORK, February 13, 2020 – Tim Kobosko has been appointed Chief Information Officer of Shatterproof, a new national nonprofit organization dedicated to reversing the addiction crisis across the United States.
Kobosko has significant experience in leading technology and digital initiatives in the nonprofit sector. He has been the technology executive at the Naval Academy Alumni Association and Foundation, USO and Special Olympics International. In addition, he has consulted with numerus nonprofits as a Chief Information Officer.
“Tim’s extensive nonprofit digital expertise and leadership experience will help us leverage the many opportunities for us to use technology and data to grow Shatterproof and undoubtedly help Shatterproof continue to accomplish our goals and create systemic change in our country with regards to substance use disorder,” said Shatterproof founder and CEO, Gary Mendell.
Kobosko serves on the Senior Leadership Team and oversees developing and implementing a strategic technology and digital plan for Shatterproof. He oversees systems architecture, data management and governance, and will be ensuring that Shatterproof becomes a digital nonprofit leader.
“I am inspired by the impact Shatterproof has had in a short amount of time. Substance Use Disorder is an undeniably large public health crisis and digital solutions will help make greater impact and reach more of the 20 million people with substance use disorder,” said Kobosko.
Kobosko graduated from the United States Naval Academy and holds post graduate degrees from The Johns Hopkins University (MAS) and Loyola College in Maryland (MBA). He lives in Severna Park, Maryland with his wife and has two children. He will be based in Washington DC.
For more information about Shatterproof visit www.shatterproof.org.