Our Mission: Bridging the Digital Divide with Mobile

We are creating doors to opportunity and pathways to more engaged lives by combining smartphones, safety net mobile, and skills training for underprivileged people in the U.S. and around the world.

Access to Opportunity

Smartphones + service can change a life. Just think about it… could you get a job without a mobile phone? Working with nonprofit partners, we serve disadvantaged communities and people such as homeless, refugees and foster youth. We use mobile to connect them with support networks and access resources like health and education, housing and jobs, banking and finance, and family and friends.

Our Team

Mobile for All Team

Back row: Allan Baez (program manager & originator) Vijay Sharda (mobile mentor) Chuck Jagoda (mobile mentor) Mohua Chatterjee (intern) Esther Garza (mobile mentor) Front row: Paul Koen (mobile mentor) Amy Tucker (interim executive director)

Buen trabajo, Allan Baez

What if there’s a natural disaster like an earthquake or a flash flood? How will isolated communities find out? Armed with a disruptive technology grant, Allan Baez, working to solve this very question, came up with the original idea for Mobile4All. Thanks to Allan, we are connecting people in need with life-changing mobile access.


Born from a disruptive technology grant and originally created by the Community Technology Alliance (CTA), Mobile for All is a nonprofit of Sparrow Mobile. While establishing 501c3 status, CTA is Mobile for All’s fiscal sponsor.