Marijana Radić Boone Joins Gravyty as Its Director of Data Solutions and Implementation

Marijana Radić Boone Joins Gravyty as Its Director of Data Solutions and Implementation

By CIOReview | Monday, January 18, 2021

Marijana Radić Boone joins Gravyty as the company encourages nonprofit firms to transform fundraising with its AI solutions.

FREMONT, CA: Gravyty, the market-defining pioneer of artificial intelligence (AI) for Social Good, announces that Marijana Radić Boone joins the company as Director of Data Solutions deployments. She joins Gravyty after decades in the nonprofit sector to spearhead the firm's customer implementation and data initiatives.

Marijana comes to Gravyty with almost 20 years of experience across advancement services and nonprofit technology management. These experiences comprise prominent nonprofit organizations and technology firms such as Blackbaud, Coastal Community Foundation, Doernbecher Children's Hospital Foundation, Oregon Health & Sciences University Foundation, Fusion Labs, and College of Charleston. She was a Gravyty customer. Developing on her extensive career in technology and advancement services, Marijana will focus on executing data solutions for Gravyty's customers.

The company is thrilled to welcome Marijana to Gravyty at an exciting time of growth. As Gravyty continues to empower nonprofit organizations to transform and scale fundraising with its AI solutions, it is relentlessly committed to advancing customers' success. Marijana joins Gravyty's amazing team of professionals committed to helping its mission-driven partners change the world for the better.

Marijana is excited about working with the Gravyty team in the past as an advancement leader and customer. Her professional mission to leverage technology in ways that empower nonprofits to achieve their greater mission aligns with Gravyty's transformative AI solutions. She believes that technology, combined with good people and business processes, can exponentially propel missions forward.

Marijana resides in Charleston, South Carolina, with her husband and two children. Besides her professional life, she volunteers her time with the Charleston Parks Conservancy to develop and maintain Charleston's green spaces and the city's Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Council, where she focuses on education enforcement initiatives to help increase cyclist and pedestrian safety.