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Amy Longtin

Amy Longtin is the founder and CEO of Tech4Kids, a non-profit organization that was created to repurpose used laptops and iPads that will be donated to children who do not have access to technology in their homes.


Longtin is a professional leader in the field of IT. Currently, she is the IT Director at the Fargo Park District. She has a personal investment in fostering leadership among young women, and equity in technology education and careers, and she is a positive role model for young women in her community.

Longtin holds a Master of Science degree in Business Management from the University of Mary, and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the University of Minnesota Crookston. 


Mrs. Longtin is the former Mrs. North Dakota America 2020, YWCA Women of the Year in Technology 2023, Outstanding Alumni recipient in 2023 from the University of Minnesota, Crookston, and a Leading Ladies Honoree recipient 2021. Mrs. Longtin is very involved in her community and always tries to add value to every group she works with.


Longtin is committed to inspiring, empowering, and providing opportunities to help women of all ages build self-confidence, invoke inspiration, and help mold young girls into becoming strong independent women.

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Toni Haider is a dedicated grant writer for Tech4Kids.   As a skilled researcher and storyteller, she excels at crafting compelling grant proposals that effectively communicate the mission, vision, and impact of nonprofits. She strives to empower nonprofits by providing them with the financial resources they need to make a meaningful and lasting impact.

Toni Haider
Volunteer/Grant Writer



Samantha Davidson is a Technical Program Manager at WEX, Inc. She leads program level delivery of payment processing and information management services, with technical experts across several countries. Sam resides in Fargo, spending her time with her partner, Jeremy, and his 3 children. She is a life-long Vikings fan, mediocre crafter, enjoys spending time at the lake in the summer and snowboarding in the winter. 


Sam first learned about Tech4Kids by connecting with Founder and CEO, Amy Longtin, who was a guest speaker at the Women's Leadership Program through the ND Women's Business Center. There she learned about the organization's mission and was excited to be part of this non-profit, particularly after the pandemic sparked an increased need for the technology that this organization can help provide. 

Sam Davidson


Miranda Burfeind
Volunteer/Social Media


Hi, I'm Miranda Burfeind. I own Phone-n-Fix inside the West acres mall. We buy, sell, and repair cell phones. I myself have been in the technology world since 2005, and have always had a passion for the inner workings of electronics in general. Technology is just so fascinating. 


My husband Carl and I have been married since 2015. Moved to Fargo from Sioux falls also in 2015. Busy year! Lol We have since had two tiny humans. Ryker is almost 5 and Pyper is 2.5 years old. We are very family oriented and do almost everything with our kiddos. It's super nice because my husband and I are just big kids! 


For me, I love to play volleyball. I've been on at least one team pretty much year round since I've been in Fargo. I also call myself an amateur photographer, but I just really enjoy taking photos, primarily of friends and family. 


Sarah is a community philanthropist and originally from northern Minnesota. Her husband Nate, farms north of Fargo and owns a crop insurance agency. They have three beautiful daughters that keep them busy with activities year-round. 


Sarah has always been passionate about helping people and advocating for positive change. She volunteers with many non-profit organizations in the area already, so it was an easy choice to help with one more.

Sarah Thorsrud



Amy Stevahn and by day I work as a nurse practitioner in sleep medicine. I am originally from South Dakota. My husband Mike and I have 3 children, 2 of whom are adults and out of the home. We have 2 fur babies who are now considered senior dogs . I initially heard of tech4kids as Amy is a neighbor of ours and I saw she was looking for volunteers. I thought I could surly make a difference in a child’s life and help Amy as I only live 2 houses away! It’s amazing to not only be able to make a difference but to collaborate with amazing individuals.

Amy Stevahn



Brenda Finger is an author and educator.  She earned her undergraduate degree from MSUM with emphasis in early, elementary and special education.  She then continued to obtain her master's in management from U of Mary and doctorate in educational leadership from CTU.  She was in administration and a professor at MSUM, Valley City State University for a combined 34 years.  She retired from higher education in 2017.  She has a children's book series called Scout the Sloth.  She and her husband own Little Jungle Childcare Center, where she teaches pre-k children.  They also farm and have cattle in the Enderlin area.  They have 2 grown children and 5 grandchildren.  She enjoys gardening and spending time with her grandchildren.

Brenda Finger


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