Josh Lieberman, President of KMS Technology, discusses fitting philanthropy into the startup culture.
Josh Lieberman has successfully built multiple startups from the ground up — with milestones such as founding the rapidly-expanding QA software solutions company QASymphony to growing the team at his current product development and testing venture, KMS Technology, to nearly 700 employees. While the startup life is a busy one, for Josh, philanthropy has always been a priority.
Lieberman uses his professional resources and startup acumen to support non-profit organizations in the tech sphere. After learning about Per Scholas, a national non-profit organization that offers free tech education to un- or underemployed residents, he helped get the Atlanta chapter off the ground. In the past year they have graduated more than 80 people and created employment opportunities for residents on the Westside of Atlanta, including Vine City, Castleberry Hill, and other nearby neighborhoods.