Steven Pulito

Director of Product


A Montana transplant Steven feels blessed to be living his best life in the last best place – where he ‘rescued’ his dog Jayne, his constant companion while exploring the great outdoors, met and fell in love with his wife and has recently welcomed and is raising his newborn son.

What cause are you passionate about?
Missoula has the most amazing mountain biking community and in my mind the pinnacle of that is the Missoula Parks and Rec Zootown Derailleurs program that I’ve had the privilege of coaching for. ZTD builds community one kid at a time all the way from ages 2-18 while teaching resiliency and self-empowerment through mountain biking.

What was the first big thing you bought with your own money?
I’m not sure which came first, but two items that stick out in my mind are stock in the 3DO company (which eventually went bankrupt) and my first and only motorcycle – a Suzuki GS500E.

Where’s your favorite vacation spot?
The entire Sierra Nevada range has a special place in my heart. These days top of my list is a road-trip to either Moab or British Columbia to camp and mountain bike.

If you had a time machine, what would you do?
Short that stock and go for a ride!

Have you ever won a contest?
In another lifetime my younger and more svelte self won a footrace or two.


Steven brings two decades of experience working to leverage technology to further nonprofit causes to the table. He got his start working as a software developer and team lead on a Donor Advised Fund financial product. From there with his interest piqued in supporting the mission of nonprofits through technology adoption he founded Chorus, an early provider for mobile based templated SaaS peer-to-peer (P2P) fundraising solutions whose clients included the American Heart Association and Susan G. Komen. Now at Charity Dynamics he brings to bear the full extent of his background in software architecture, development, UX, systems integration and process improvement. He holds a BSE in Computer Science from the University of Pennsylvania along with a minor in Operations and Information Management from the Wharton School of Business.