My name is Mark Root-Wiley. I grew up in Michigan; went to college in Grinnell, Iowa; spent time in Washington, D.C., and Durban, South Africa; and now live in Seattle, Washington.
Websites for Nonprofits
I have worked with a wide variety of clients, but my passion is for nonprofits. Through internships, jobs, and course work, I have come to believe in the power of mission-driven organizations to positively change the world. Small nonprofits with limited resources deserve high-quality websites just as much as huge corporations, and I’ve made it my business (literally) to build those sites.
I now run MRW Web Design making WordPress websites for nonprofits and small businesses. I have a wide variety of experiences within the nonprofit sector, having worked with organizations that focus on education, the environment, nonprofit capacity-building, and more. I bring a broad range of interests and skills to my work including user experience, content strategy, and web accessibility the strengthen my design, development, and support services.
I also maintain Nonprofit WP with free advice for nonprofits using WordPress.
Presentations, Training, and Consulting
I also seek to spread knowledge about best practices in website design and development to nonprofits—beyond those I can serve directly—through free and paid presentations, trainings, and consulting.
I’ve been making websites for well over a decade. Prior to starting MRW Web Design, I worked or interned with:
- MATRIX: The Center for Humane, Arts, Letters and Social Sciences Online at Michigan State University,
- Byte Back,
- Kabissa: Space for Change,
- Center for Public Participation (CPP), and
- Grinnell College web team.
I was also a founding member, leader, and web master for the Social Entrepreneurs of Grinnell, a microfinance nonprofit organization based in Grinnell, Iowa.
I maintain an electronic resume.
Learn More About Me
I can be found in other corners of the internet: