At Nyla Technology Solutions, philanthropy is at the heart of our corporate culture and one of the motivating factors driving our shared philosophy. We recognize the essential bonds that weave together both our local communities and country as a whole. It is vital, for this reason, to not only engage with but also support organizations that work hard to strengthen neighborhoods, promote education, and help those who have bravely served our nation.
Stable communities grow and flourish best when people are able to meet their most basic needs with access to food, shelter, and potable water. Organizations like the Maryland Food Bank work tirelessly to provide such services to those in need, striving to end hunger throughout the State of Maryland. By donating both time and funding, we at Nyla Technology Solutions support this admirable goal.
A Computer Science major herself, our CEO, Shana Cosgrove, highly values work advancing the exposure of girls at a young age to technology related fields. Such experience expands future career choices and provides not only new opportunities for students, but also a larger and more diverse pool of qualified individuals ready to tackle tomorrow’s challenges. Helping to close the gender gap in computer science education is very close to our heart at Nyla.
Many of the brave men and women who have heroically served our country overseas face suffering upon their return, whether physically, mentally or from a combination of the two. K9s for Warriors is a wonderful organization teaming service dogs with these veterans, helping them to return to civilian life with confidence, companionship, and dignity.
Central to progress and the development of an informed population is the free flow of knowledge. The online resource Wikipedia provides free and easy access to a vast array of information on nearly any subject. It encourages links between branches of learning and provides a forum on which both amateurs and experts can work with one another to continually inform and refine the material provided.