About Mary Beth
Mary Beth Westmoreland is Chief Technology Officer, responsible for leading Blackbaud’s worldwide technology strategy and planning across the company’s entire solution portfolio. This includes the development of strategic hardware and software to support Blackbaud’s innovative cloud capabilities, and also includes leadership of Blackbaud's user experience, user education, cloud services, and mass market solutions engineering teams. She started with Blackbaud in 2008 and has over 25 years of experience in software engineering and product development. Prior to joining Blackbaud, Mary Beth was Vice President of Research and Development at Ipswitch, Inc. where she led product development for the company’s entire product portfolio, including the WS_FTP family of products and WhatsUp Gold Network Monitoring and IMail Server product suites. Before Ipswitch, Mary Beth spent 15 years at the Savannah River National Laboratory where she started as a programmer and eventually managed the company’s Enterprise and Technical Systems Engineering organizations. Mary Beth graduated with a degree in Mathematics and Physics from Immaculata University located near Philadelphia, PA. She is a member of the board of directors of the South Carolina chapter of the Make-a-Wish Foundation and is actively involved in a variety of STEM programs and Women in Technology initiatives.
Technology & Science, Software Development/ Agile Development,
Trends and Tech Talent
Time to Get Your Head in the Cloud(s)
The Big Technology Trends for Nonprofits in 2014
5 Ways Technology Will Shape The Not-For-Profit Sector In 2014
How Blackbaud is Embracing Technology Trends in 2014
Mary Beth provides thought leadership on topics such as technology trends, software development, tech talent and product strategy and development.