Hennum, Doug

Doug Hennum

Chief Information Officer, Wycliffe Bible Translators

Doug has served Wycliffe Bible Translators as Chief Information Officer since 2011. Prior to joining Wycliffe, he founded and managed two technology companies starting in 1986 with MicroNet, an IT managed services company providing IT services and out-sourced staff to approximately 700 companies. He sold MicroNet in 2002, and founded ChamberMaster, a vertical market software company which today serves approximately 2200 chambers of commerce in the US and abroad.

Doug holds a degree in Business Administration and is passionate about technology and innovation in business and missions.

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