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Dan Noyes

Tech Goes Home
Co-Executive Director
Greater Boston Area
Dan has been involved with TGH since 2002 and on staff since the summer of 2010. After spending several years as a Legislative Aide to a U.S. Congressman in Washington, DC, he returned to Boston as the Technology Director at Fenway High School. In 2006, he was hired by the Lilla G. Frederick Pilot Middle School in Dorchester to help implement the largest middle school 1:1 laptop initiative in New England. Nothing is more important to Dan than his two adorable little girls (and the Sox winning the WS in 2004).

Tech Goes Home (TGH) is a 501c3 nonprofit that empowers communities in Greater Boston to access and use digital tools to overcome barriers and advance lives. TGH has partnered with over 250+ local schools and community organizations to offer 15 hours of free digital skills training, discounted computers, and assistance with low-cost, high quality Internet. To date over 25,000 people have participated in our program and we have distributed over 15,000 brand new computers to graduates at a cost of only $50 per device. TGH promotes lifelong success by teaching the skills, and providing hardware and help with access so that our participants will continue to benefit from the wealth of online resources well after our program ends.

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