Azadi Sheridan has a fifteen year history in not-for-profit technology, with practical experience in bespoke and commercial software development. This includes four years as product manager for some of the most used fundraising systems in the world.
Earlier in his career, he enjoyed a variety of roles at national museums Tate and the V&A, followed by many years managing fundraising and ticketing software consulting departments at Blackbaud Europe. He also has enjoyed over a decade volunteering for the UK's Institute of Fundraising Technology Group, including as Chair.
His experience includes delivering complex projects for not-for-profits around the world as project manager, as well as hands-on experience of the challenge of the design and build of data and digital applications.
Azadi today uses his broad experience from both client and supplier perspectives to help organisations get the most from their technology. This includes business process review, product management, support with software selection, implementing agile processes and project management.