JCA Promotes Matt Cooper to President
Matt Cooper, JCA President and COO
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
New York, NY, May 5, 2016 – Jacobson Consulting Applications (JCA), a leading technology consultancy for nonprofit organizations, is pleased to announce the promotion of Matt Cooper, COO, to President and COO of JCA. Cooper was promoted this week and will take on the day-to-day management of JCA, plus leadership of the Sales, Services and Product areas, effective immediately.
Steve Jacobson, founder and CEO, relinquishes his role as President to focus his efforts on developing long-term strategic initiatives and identifying opportunities for growth for JCA and JCA Arts Marketing.
Cooper has worked for JCA since 2003, starting out as a Senior Consultant and moving quickly through the ranks as Director and then COO. Cooper is credited with helping develop JCA’s relationships within the nonprofit cultural sector.
”Matt has demonstrated proven leadership at JCA, helping grow our revenue by more than 80% over the past five years while streamlining our back-office operations,” said Jacobson. “I’m extremely pleased to have Matt take on this new role.”
“I’m excited to take on this new challenge as JCA continues to grow,” says Cooper. “JCA is uniquely suited to help nonprofits organize and leverage the wealth of information they collect. Ultimately, we want nonprofits to be able to focus on the work they do.”
Founded in 1988, JCA is the nation’s largest independent technology consulting firm focused on nonprofit organizations. JCA has a stellar reputation in the world of nonprofit management as a company that provides industry-leading products and consulting services. JCA serves clients in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia/New Zealand. JCA’s clients include many of the world’s leading nonprofit organizations, including the American Museum of Natural History, Brown University, Carnegie Hall, Children’s Hospital Foundation, Texas Children’s Hospital, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Lyric Opera of Chicago, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Science Museum of Minnesota, and Sydney Opera House.