Sharron Batsch has a degree in Mathematics and Computer Science. She has worked in the for profit world for oil companies and in education teaching computer technology for SAIT (Southern Alberta Institute of Technology) and NAIT (Northern Institute of Technology). She developed and managed a successful program of seminars and short courses offering Microcomputer training to businesses for the University of Manitoba, Faculty of Continuing Education. 

In 2001 and 2002 she received awards from the Consulting Engineers of Canada and the Alberta Society of Consulting Engineers for developing a Knowledge Management solution for an Alberta based engineering company. She is the developer of @EASE Fund Development Software which supports a knowledge-based approach to fund development. She successfully chaired Philanthropy Day for two years and has received the President’s Award for Fundraising from AAFRE (Alberta Association of Fundraising Executives) in 2009. She has worked with non-profit clients using @EASE over the past 25 years helping them raise over 50 million dollars annually while building a well-managed donor-centric knowledge system to support their fundraising. 

She has just completed her first book From Chaos to Control addressing information management in the not for profit sector. A gardener, Sharron and her husband Brian have been award the Grand Challenge from the Edmonton Horticultural Society and have had their garden published in Canadian Gardener in 2004 and Alberta Gardening in 2010. They have supported charities holding garden and home tours in 2009 and in 2013.

Sharron Batsch


Sharron Batsch has a degree in Mathematics and Computer Science. She has worked in the for profit world for oil companies and in education teaching computer technology for SAIT (Southern Alberta Institute of Technology) and NAIT (Northern Institute of Technology). She developed and managed a successful program of seminars and short courses offering Microcomputer training to businesses for the University of Manitoba, Faculty of Continuing Education. In 2001 and 2002 she received awards from the Consulting Engineers of Canada and the Alberta Society of Consulting Engineers for developing a Knowledge Management solution for an Alberta based engineering company. She is the developer of @EASE Fund Development Software which supports a knowledge-based approach to fund development. She successfully chaired Philanthropy Day for two years and has received the President’s Award for Fundraising from AAFRE (Alberta Association of Fundraising Executives) in 2009. She has worked with non-profit clients using @EASE over the past 25 years helping them raise over 50 million dollars annually while building a well-managed donor-centric knowledge system to support their fundraising. She has just completed her first book From Chaos to Control addressing information management in the not for profit sector. A gardener, Sharron and her husband Brian have been award the Grand Challenge from the Edmonton Horticultural Society and have had their garden published in Canadian Gardener in 2004 and Alberta Gardening in 2010. They have supported charities holding garden and home tours in 2009 and in 2013.