Tech Impact’s headquarters is located in a renovated warehouse in the Callowhill section of downtown Philadelphia. We also have a presence in Wilmington Delaware. We love what we do and who we do it with.
Patrick Callihan, Executive Director
Patrick previously held the position of marketing director at CAI, a privately held Information Technology firm located in Wilmington, Delaware. As the director of marketing for CAI, he administered the sales function, developed strategic marketing campaigns, and oversaw public and community relations initiatives. A member of CAI’s senior management, he managed marketing operations, customer relationship management, partnerships, and alliances. He was also instrumental in public relations and community affairs strategies.
Patrick began his career at Discover Card Services, Inc. where he held numerous positions.
Patrick has served in a number of local community service groups including Junior Achievement, United Way, and the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Patrick currently serves on the corporate board of directors at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Delaware, where he leads their technology committee and chairs the Day for Kids, the largest fundraising event for the organization.
Patrick is an active member of the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, Select Greater Philadelphia, and the Greater Philadelphia Arts & Business Council.
Patrick graduated from the Goldey-Beacom College of Business in 1992.
Ryan Callahan, npCloud System Analyst
Sam Chenkin, Product Manager
Anthony Pisapia, Director of Development & Programs
Anthony is a nonprofit executive and entrepreneur. As Director of Development and Programs, Anthony seeks support from individuals, foundations, and corporations who are committed to helping nonprofits overcome their business challenges.
Anthony develops and stewards the Tech Impact CIO Advisory Board, a group of 40+ Fortune 500 CIO’s committed to our mission.
In 2009 Anthony co-founded the workforce development program ITWorks. ITWorks gives at-risk young adults (18-24) an opportunity to learn technology. The students then use their skills to support the technology needs of nonprofit organizations. The program also works to connect these young adults to the CIO Advisory Board and enables mentorships and internships. Through these initiatives ITWorks takes students out of poverty and puts them on a path to successful careers.
Previously, Anthony was Co-Founder and COO at Igneus Lending LLC, a PA-licensed mortgage brokerage. His extensive nonprofit background includes work for the Theatre Alliance of Greater Philadelphia, as a Director and founder of the Music Department at Huntington Valley Center for the Arts, as a board member of Philadelphia’s Young Nonprofit Leaders, and as an Advisory Council member at Metropolitan Career Center.
Anthony holds dual Bachelor degrees from the University of Delaware in Psychology and Music with a concentration in classical guitar. He was the first Music major to be enrolled in the school’s entrepreneurship program.
Linda Widdop, Director of Technical Services
Linda entered the computer industry in 1983 and worked in manufacturing, corporate and retail environments on her way to the nonprofit world. At CompUSA, she worked as a network instructor, technical services manager and project manager for a national training initiative for a Fortune 100 client. She holds MCSE, MCSA, MOUS, A+, Network+, CIW and IWCI certifications and has a B.A. from Cabrini College and an M.Ed. from Arcadia University.
Partner, Reed Smith, Chair
CIO and VP, Commercial Solutions, Reed Technology & Information Services Inc., Vice-Chair
CIO, Christiana Care Health System, Treasurer
VP of Strategic Solutions, Epocrates, Secretary
General Manager for Enterprise Health and Life Sciences,Microsoft
CEO, The Burd Group
Executive Director, Tech Impact
Managing Director-Phila. Consulting Practice, Principal-Inf. Mgmt. Practice, Deloitte
VP of Information Technology, Workforce Technology Services and Collaboration Technology, Capital One
James A. Johnson, II
VP & CIO, Styron LLC