"After all these years, I am still excited about helping nonprofits manage their technology and business processes. I really enjoy working with smart, dedicated and insightful colleagues at JCA."
~ Steve Jacobson
Steve Jacobson founded JCA in 1988 to provide information management services to nonprofit organizations. Since then, Steve has provided systems consulting and implementation services to a number of clients, including Carnegie Hall, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The American Museum of Natural History, The Cleveland Museum of Art, The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Wildlife Conservation Society (Bronx Zoo), New York Botanical Garden, and the National Constitution Center.
Prior to his tenure at JCA, Steve worked in the field of economic consulting for Rinfret Associates, Inc. (New York) as a research analyst and, subsequently, as a senior consultant for Data Resources, Inc. in San Francisco, California.
Steve is a past Adjunct Instructor at New York University where he taught courses in Technology for NYU’s Center for Philanthropy and Fundraising. He is a member of the board of the Greater New York Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), and serves as the co-chair for the Technology Track for the New York AFP chapter’s Fundraising Day, a full-day event that is attended by approximately 2,000 development professionals. Steve is also a member of the Museum Computer Network (MCN), the American Association of Museums (AAM), and the International Ticketing Association (INTIX).
Steve holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in Economics and Psychology from Stanford University.