University Settlement technology leader Virginia Dotson selected for Okta’s Nonprofit Technology Fellowship

Virginia Dotson, University Settlement’s Senior Director of Data, Business, and Information Technology, has been selected to participate in Okta for Good’s Nonprofit Technology Fellowship for 2023.

Okta’s Nonprofit Technology Fellowship aims to empower a diverse collection of rising nonprofit technology leaders to enrich the sector with their experience and become more effective strategic leaders within their organizations.

During the six-month fellowship, participants develop at least one significant piece of content such as an article, conference session, or internal presentation. Okta for Good supports fellows with professional development through facilitated gatherings, one-on-one coaching, and networking in addition to providing a $25,000 grant to their organization.

“We’re thrilled that Virginia will have the opportunity to participate in this fellowship,” said Melissa Aase, Chief Executive Officer, University Settlement. “Her vision and leadership already make a big difference for our teams every day, and we’re grateful for the further investment Okta for Good is making in her skills, and in our organization.”

“I’m humbled to be selected to participate in this fellowship, and very much looking forward to everything I’ll learn in this process,” said Dotson.

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