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Jared Seltzer

Jared is the co-founder of Rad Campaign and serves as the firms Chief Information Architect and Lead Programmer. Jared's background in web development and web centric applications is extensive and includes network architecture and management, web design, web development and building custom social networking applications.

Jared has worked on technology and online projects for non-profit organizations for well over a decade and is an expert in helping clients to choose technology solutions that fits their web needs and budget. Jared has led all of Rad Campaign's client web development initiatives including projects for the environmental organization Center for a New American Dream, Humane Society of the United States and the National Environmental Education Foundation. He is skilled in both web interface development and back-end programming and is experienced with a wide range of web development tools, including PHP, Perl, Flash, JavaScript, XHTML and XML to name a few.

Jared was recently featured in the New York Times about how green computing helps protect the environment. He is a featured expert blogger for the popular magazine Fast Company (

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