As CEO, Chris is responsible for the strategic growth of DipJar, a challenge he readily accepts and meets head on. His passion for building successful teams and broad operating experience in technology companies has led DipJar to its current national recognition.
Prior to DipJar, Chris ran go-to-market and strategic alliance initiatives at a number of leading technology companies, including Unifi Software (later acquired by Dell) and Vertica Systems (acquired by Hewlett Packard Enterprise).
He has a BS in operations research and industrial engineering from Cornell University and an MBA in international business and economics from NYU Stern School of Business.
Chris has served on a number of corporate and non-profit boards, including serving as director of the Needham Memorial Day Tournament, one of the largest youth soccer tournaments in the US.
As the Director of Product at DipJar, Adam is responsible for defining DipJar’s product vision and ensuring our products engage donors in the experience of giving to ultimately increase customer success.
Adam brings a wealth of payments knowledge to the DipJar team as he has spent the past 10 years working in the Payments space, specifically with ISOs and Payment Facilitators.
When not at work, Adam enjoys spending time with his family – including his two dogs, riding motorcycles, and flying.
Beth is a creative thinker who’s passionate about cultivating new opportunities and connecting people with the resources and technology capable of transforming lives. Driven by social impact and ingenuity, DipJar offers Beth the ideal conduit to make an impact on a national scale.
Prior to joining the DipJar, Beth worked in various Senior business development, client and program management facing roles at organizations including Charity Dynamics, Chewse, Barnes and Noble/Nook, MassChallenge, Harvard Law School, Tufts Medical Center, University of Chicago, and Americorps.
Beth holds a degree from Eastern Michigan University in Marketing, Communication, and Visual Design. A lifelong learner, she’s captivated by the ever-increasing number of educational resources available online, and loves exploring new program offerings throughout her home base in Austin, Texas.
Melissa is the Director of Marketing at Dipjar where she is responsible for building the company’s public outreach and brand relationships, including overseeing a growing social presence and sales partnership profile.
She has worked extensively with local nonprofit businesses in the Pittsburgh area, including Humane Animal Rescue, where she led marketing programs to promote animal adoption. Through her work, Melissa has gained extensive knowledge of the nonprofit sector, experience that enables her to understand DipJar customers and their needs.
Melissa is an avid animal lover with three cats of her own and a revolving door of fosters. Her passion for animals has driven her to spend her free time serving on the board for Biggies Bullies, a foster home based dog rescue in Pittsburgh, PA.
Jason is DipJar’s Manager of Customer Support and Success, a role he appreciates because of his passion for helping nonprofits make positive change and achieve success. He believes that donating to nonprofits should be an easy process, especially in our technology-rich world.
Prior to joining DipJar, Jason lead Support for a medical device company. In this role, he worked with an interdisciplinary team of engineers where quality and excellence was demanded. He provided pre- and post-sale support to users across the globe, giving him advanced organizational, documentation, and communication skills.
As an avid golfer, he promises to never turn down an invitation to a charity golf tournament. When he’s not golfing, Jason volunteers with the Joslin Diabetes Research Foundation, a mission important to him as he has two close friends living with Type 1 Diabetes.
As the Operations Manager, Jack ensures customers get their DipJars in time for their fundraising events! Jack joined the team in the spring of 2019 after being impressed by the positive impact DipJar had on its nonprofit customers abilities to successfully raise funds to support their missions.
Jack first became involved in the world of giving after getting involved at a direct level by delivering school and medical supplies to a Quechuan school in the Ecuadorian Amazon Rain Forest.
Outside of work, Jack is currently pursuing a Masters degree in Data Analytics through Southern New Hampshire University’s online program. But, when not running operations at DipJar’s Cambridge location or in class, Jack enjoys hiking the White Mountains of New Hampshire or enjoying the sun in his hometown on Cape Cod.
Myles contributes to shaping the direction and overall growth strategy for DipJar as a member of the Sales team. Myles works to show potential customers the positive impact that DipJar can have on their fundraising efforts.
His enthusiasm for relationship-building allows him to create strong connections with customers and helps him to provide them support to transform their fundraising.
As a Boston native, Myles is a major sports fan – of all of Boston’s home teams. With a passion for snowboarding, the cold North Eastern winters don’t bother Myles much, but he does enjoy traveling outside of Massachusetts when he can.
As a member of the Support team, Jake regularly communicates with customers, helping them overcome any challenges they encounter during their relationship with DipJar. He provides dedicated support to resolve technical challenges, answering any questions they have when using DipJar products and software to fundraise.
Prior to joining the DipJar team, Jake recently graduated from the University of New Hampshire. During his time at UNH, he served as a long-term assistant in the Computer Science Department and additionally interned at ZScaler as a marketing and business intern.
When he’s not helping customers, Jake loves exploring the great outdoors. His passion for exploring was nurtured during his time as a Boy Scout, and eventually resulted in achieving the highest rank – Eagle Scout. He earned this rank after completing a service project in which he created a system to map and mark Veteran gravesites.