Pete Holzmann is an advisor in information technology to Christian leaders in mission, churches, philanthropy, and the marketplace. He joined Paraclete after having spent over a decade as a Silicon Valley computer consultant. His growing team includes the following unique programs:
Co-Sponsoring a four-person Joshua Project II team that maintains and expands a major directory of strategic ministries worldwide, including a comprehensive list of the world’s least-Christian peoples. One function merge related databases developed by the AD2000 Movement, Operation World, Wycliffe, Southern Baptists, and others.
Developing a web-based data management and collaboration system, initially used for a large South Asia Leadership Study being carried out by a community of twelve missions-focused evangelical foundations.
Leading a process to develop standards that will enable agencies worldwide to more easily share their burgeoning amounts of data on mission opportunities, resources, and results.
Managing ICTA, International Christian Technologists Association, which Pete founded.