Tech Trust appoints Jonathan Chevallier as new CEO
New Tech Trust CEO Jonathan Chevallier joins the organisation as it prepares to launch several exciting new services for charities in 2018.
Tech Trust has announced the appointment of a new CEO, Jonathan Chevallier.
Chevallier has extensive experience as a senior commercial business leader for start-ups & mid-sized businesses. He has been an advisor for social enterprises including Clarity, a soap and toiletries company providing employment to blind and disabled people, and for digital health start-up BfB labs. Previously, he was CEO of medical technology startup Oxeheath.
Since its launch in 2001, Tech Trust has worked with over 32,000 charities across the UK to help good causes achieve more with IT, and has provided over £300 million in income to charities through its tt-exchange donation platform.
Chevallier joins Tech Trust as it enters an exciting era of new services for charities, starting with the launch of the tt-marketplace – a signposting service for charities to find discounts and deals on a wide range of tech products and services.
Other projects in the pipeline for 2018 include the Tech Trust 101 guide – an online learning and collaboration platform for trustees and senior managers which will supplement the educational content and news delivered through Charity Digital News.
Chevallier said: “I’m really excited to be joining Tech Trust. I’m passionate about the role technology can play in enabling charities to provide their services better, to more beneficiaries and at lower cost. Tech Trust has a long track record of helping charities in this respect and I’m looking forward to working to increase its impact even further.”