Robert Weiner is an independent technology consultant based in San Francisco. He specializes in helping nonprofits make informed, strategic decisions about the selection, use, and management of information technology, particularly to support fundraising. He has consulted for a wide variety of organizations, from small startups to national and international charities. His clients have included UC Berkeley, EMILY’s List, the Berkeley Art Museum, the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, Earthjustice, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, the Trust for Public Land, and the YMCA of Metropolitan Los Angeles.
Tracy Kronzak, Technology Manager at the Applied Research Center, graduated from Cornell University and New York University with a Masters of Public Administration. She specializes in technology and the nonprofit sector, with a particular emphasis on systems administration, and manages ARC's technology needs and growth.
She has been an activist, volunteer and leader in the Queer communities since 1992, and prior to joining ARC worked with donors at the Tides Foundation doing grantmaking for the LGBT communities, racial justice and economic justice. Tracy has studied pottery and ceramic arts at City College of San Francisco and is presently working at the ceramics studio at Laney College in Oakland.