I’m taking off my red hat off on #GivingTuesday (Dec. 3) to celebrate NTEN, a small nonprofit, and its work to support the largest and most caring community of nonprofit techies to do their best work.
I just spent two amazing days at the Social Innovation Summit 2013, a cross disciplinary crowd of people who work on social good in the areas of technology, investment, philanthropy, international development, and business. The sessions shared solutions about partnerships and programs that are disrupting the social good sector. … Read More
Last week the Packard Foundation hosted a convening on “Data Informed Philanthropy,” an effort to explore and build digital systems that enable philanthropies to be truly data-informed. This term means having effective systems for collecting, analyzing, and making sense of data to inform and enable greater impact with funding. … Read More