Craig Young is not new to philanthropy and volunteerism. But his nonprofit Inspiring Service and its local arm, Cincinnati Cares, are bringing a tech-based approach to volunteerism in our region – and beyond.
Young, a California native who grew up in Wisconsin, started his career as an engineer when “the use of computers in engineering was just starting to emerge,” he said. It wasn’t long before his work sparked an entrepreneurial impulse. He launched two software companies – major suppliers to Apple and a company that’s now part of Siemens – in the 1980s.
Young sold both ventures in 1998. But thanks to their success, he was able to launch the Craig Young Family Foundation in 1995.
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