Senior Director, Technology Programs, Boys & Girls Clubs of America
As Senior Director, Technology Programs for Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Dan Rauzi plans and administers the essential components of youth technology programs for Boys & Girls Clubs.
He plans and coordinates technology curriculum development, overseeing the creation of technology curriculum for Club members, including basic computer skills, digital media skills and the organization’s media safety program.
Rauzi has overseen the successful implementation of the Club Tech programs, a partnership between BGCA, Microsoft and Comcast, to teach technology skills to Club members. Part of the program team from its inception in 2000, he leads the program content and curriculum development and technology program training teams.
He was also instrumental in the development of the NetSmartz Workshop, an Internet and media safety program, and has been interviewed by local and national news outlets on media safety.
Before joining Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Rauzi was the executive director of a social service agency that included two youth centers in Birmingham, Ala. He has also taught high school math, computer science and chemistry in New Jersey and has extensive experience in summer camps and youth centers.
Rauzi has a bachelor’s of arts degree in philosophy from Don Bosco College, and a teaching certificate in natural sciences from St. Peter’s College in Newark, N.J. He also has a certificate for teachers in computer science from Pace University in New York, N.Y. and a master’s of arts degree in systematic theology from the Pontifical College Josephinum in Columbus, Ohio.