Our Team

Our Success is Tied to Your Success

GiveGab is modern, easy-to-use software that cultivates long-term giving relationships between nonprofits and their supporters by providing robust online fundraising, donor management, supporter engagement, Giving Days, and so much more.

 GiveGab is more than a platform; we're a team of donors, volunteers, and fundraisers who “walk the walk” daily. We know what it means to be part of a nonprofit community and what it takes for your organization to thrive. We don't succeed unless you do!

Charlie

CEO, Co-Founder

Aaron

COO, VP of Tech, Co-Founder

Chris

CFO

Jay

VP of Product, Co-Founder

Casey

VP of Customer Success

Alyssa

Customer Success Manager

Jesse

Lead Software Engineer

Marcy

Marketing Director

Bridget

Customer Success Representative

Kadie

Office Manager

Kyle

Nonprofit Engagement Specialist

Jesse

Customer Success Project Manager

Vanessa

Customer Success Project Manager

Laryssa

Customer Success Project Manager

Christel

Junior Software Engineer

Mary-Kate

Graphic Designer

Katrina

Customer Success Representative

Ryan

Content Marketer

Terry

Front-End Developer

Rachel

Customer Success Intern

Cooper

Chief Happiness Director

Huckleberry

Senior Morale Manager

Roxy

Nap Time Coordinator

Finn

Primary Barketing Officer

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Our Story


At GiveGab, we all come to work each day with a shared goal; to make the lives of nonprofit professionals easier. Everything we set out to do is with the intent to remove as many barriers to fulfilling your important mission as possible.

In 2011, we began as a social platform to help nonprofits and volunteers connect. After working closely with nonprofits for three years, we realized that people were looking for new innovative ways to acquire supporters and engage them effectively to align with their mission. A crucial piece to fulfilling this synergistic relationship is through fundraising.

Inspired by the requests and suggestions of our friends within the nonprofit sector, we have since adapted and evolved to be the ultimate giving and engagement platform for nonprofits by providing tools for online fundraising, supporter engagement, donor management, and so much more - all in one place. Thus our name, GiveGab, represents two of the most important aspects of running a nonprofit organization: 1. Giving (time, skills, gifts, donations) and 2. Gabbing (engagement, sharing, building relationships).

Not only do we strive to make the lives of our nonprofit customers easier, but we want to make you happier, too! We’ve established the best customer success team in the industry who works closely with the product team to be there for you every step of the way and solve problems quickly. The Result? An affordable, easy-to-use, secure, attractive, and customized way to engage with your supporters, raise funds online, and manage your data, all with superior customer care that ensures your happiness and success!


Our Board

Charlie Mulligan

Chairman, CEO, Co-Founder

Charlie Mulligan has served as the Chairman of the GiveGab board of directors since it was formed in March, 2013. He has 20+ years experience in entrepreneurship, leadership, technology and sales and has spoken internationally on volunteering, volunteer motivation and entrepreneurship. As both an active volunteer and volunteer manager, Mulligan understands the challenges and interactions of volunteers, nonprofit groups, businesses and schools. He founded GiveGab as a means to help volunteers and organizations connect, engage, achieve and celebrate in a fun and effective online environment.

GiveGab is Mulligan’s 2nd startup and 3rd time running a growing organization. Charlie has a BA in Business/Marketing from Penn State and an MBA from Cornell.

Aaron Godert

COO, VP of Tech, Co-Founder

Aaron has served as a member on the GiveGab board of directors representing the common stockholders since its inception in March, 2013. He is an entrepreneur and technical leader with over 17 years of experience across a wide breadth of industries including consumer, social, nonprofit, higher-ed, banking, and consulting. Aaron’s background is in architecting, developing, and integrating large-scale distributed software systems. He has served on the board of directors and fundraising committees for a number of nonprofits, including his current position as President of the Cornell Club of Ithaca.

Aaron was selected to serve on GiveGab’s board of directors because of the perspective and experience he brings as one of the founders and as one of the largest stockholders, as well as his extensive experience with operations and managing technology organizations.

Aaron received his MBA from Cornell University, MEng in Computer Science from Cornell University, and BS in Computer Science from Canisius College.

Jennifer Tegan

President of Upstate Venture Association of New Yourk (UVANY)

Jennifer is a founding member of the GiveGab Board of Directors, which was formed in March, 2013. Prior to her current position at UVANY, she served as Partner and VP Finance/Administration at Cayuga Venture Fund, where she had been for over a decade.

Jennifer also previously served as Director of Allworx prior to its sale to Paetec. She has served in various management and advisory roles for multiple small businesses and non-profits including an optical coating manufacturer and a natural history museum. Jennifer is an active member of the community and serves on the Tompkins Cortland Community College Foundation Board, the Board of Tompkins County Area Development, the Board of Elizabeth Ann Clune Montessori School of Ithaca, the Advisory Board of the Ithaca College School of Business. The combination of Jennifer’s commitment to and engagement within her community, as well as her support of high tech start-up businesses, made her a natural fit for the GiveGab board of directors.

Jennifer earned BA and MS degrees in Geology from Smith College and the University of Cincinnati, respectively, and an MBA from Cornell University.

Aaron Godert

COO, VP of Tech, Co-Founder

Aaron has served as a member on the GiveGab board of directors representing the common stockholders since its inception in March, 2013. He is an entrepreneur and technical leader with over 17 years of experience across a wide breadth of industries including consumer, social, nonprofit, higher-ed, banking, and consulting. Aaron’s background is in architecting, developing, and integrating large-scale distributed software systems. He has served on the board of directors and fundraising committees for a number of nonprofits, including his current position as President of the Cornell Club of Ithaca.

Aaron was selected to serve on GiveGab’s board of directors because of the perspective and experience he brings as one of the founders and as one of the largest stockholders, as well as his extensive experience with operations and managing technology organizations.

Aaron received his MBA from Cornell University, MEng in Computer Science from Cornell University, and BS in Computer Science from Canisius College.

Hunter Rawlings

President of Cornell University

Hunter joined the GiveGab board of directors in December, 2013. Currently, Rawlings is serving as interim President at Cornell University, where he served as president from 1995 to 2003 and interim President for one year between 2005 and 2006. He also served as president of the University of Iowa from 1988 to 1995 and was president of the Association of American Universities from 2011 to 2016.

A national spokesperson for higher education, Rawlings has been chair of both the Association of American Universities and the Ivy Council of Presidents. He is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and he serves on the boards of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens and the National Academy Foundation. He brings a wealth of higher education, government relations and philanthropic experience and connections to the GiveGab board of directors.

Rawlings graduated from Haverford College, with honors in classics, and received his Ph.D. degree, also in classics, from Princeton University. His scholarly publications include a book, The Structure of Thucydides’ History (Princeton University Press, 1981).