National Association of Distinguished Professionals Selects Kathryn Engelhardt-Cronk as an Executive Member of the Executive and Professional Online Registry

Top Quote The selection recognizes Kathryn Engelhardt-Cronk's commitment to excellence in Non-Profit Software Development and Support Services. End Quote
  • Austin-San Marcos, TX (1888PressRelease) February 26, 2014 - Kathryn Engelhardt-Cronk, CEO and President of Community TechKnowledge, Inc. (CTK), has been selected as an Executive of the Year Member of the National Association of Distinguished Professionals. The selection recognizes Kathryn Engelhardt-Cronk's commitment to excellence in Non-Profit Software Development and Support Services.

    Kathryn Engelhardt-Cronk, who founded her organization in 2000, first began her career in the 1980's, spending 20 years as both a service provider and an executive of several large non-profit organizations that offered programs to the mentally ill, those suffering grief and loss, victims of child abuse, and chronically/terminally ill children and their families.

    CTK designs, builds, and sells non-profit software solutions that help organizations manage and report on various types of clients, activities, and programs. They do this by providing best practice case management systems that generate reports on outputs, outcomes, performance, and the impact of services and funding on communities. The CTK Foundation, an offshoot of CTK, was established in 2007 and celebrates the mission of non-profit work and promotes the use of technology in managing mission achievement. The foundation financially supports a wide range of programs that benefit health and human services, cultural arts education and support, animal protection services, and environmental services.

    "I've always had the desire to make efficient, effective, and affordable technology available to all non-profits in order to deliver more mission," Ms. Engelhardt-Cronk said about founding her business. "I intend to continue to grow CTK and expand the use of our premier Apricot Software™ for case management and outcomes, while also engaging in more public speaking and outreach opportunities."

    Ms. Engelhardt-Cronk is a former member of the AMOA Advisory Board, is a founding member of Any Baby Can of Austin, Texas, and the designer and founder of the 1st 211 Call Center for Central Texas. She has also served on various other boards and advisory councils in the past as well, including as vice-president for Community Resources and Impact for United Way.

    About National Association of Distinguished Professionals:
    National Association of Distinguished Professionals specializes in providing members with pertinent biographical information of key Executives and Professionals that comprise its membership Worldwide. National Association of Distinguished Professionals encourages all members to use the publication to contact and network with other members to enhance public relations or possibly develop mutual and beneficial business relationships.

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