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Looking to stay ahead of the digital curve? Kickstart your digital journey? Or just see how other charities are making the most of technology?
The Charity Digital podcast looks to inspire, educate and connect charity pro's to the latest trends in the (sometimes) scary world of 'digital'. With guests from all walks of the sector, we'll be discussing poignant topics, pain points and success stories driven by you the audience.
Have a question or discussion topic for our pod? reach out to us at podcasts@charitydigital.org.uk.
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Looking to stay ahead of the digital curve? Kickstart your digital journey? Or just see how other charities are making the most of technology?
The Charity Digital podcast looks to inspire, educate and connect charity pro's to the latest trends in the (sometimes) scary world of 'digital'. With guests from all walks of the sector, we'll be discussing poignant topics, pain points and success stories driven by you the audience.
Have a question or discussion topic for our pod? reach out to us at podcasts@charitydigital.org.uk.
Don't forget to subscribe through your usual podcast provider to be the first to know when our next pod drops!

    11: Cyber-security state of the nation

    11: Cyber-security state of the nation

    With great power comes great responsibility.
    As technology progresses and charities become more digital, so do the risks that come with it. So, how are we as charities faring against arguably our biggest threat, cyber-security?
    Our latest podcast discusses the good, the bad and the ugly of charities and cyber-security.
    Alongside Cub Llewelyn-Davies, Charity Sector Lead from the National Cyber Security Centre and Michala Liavaag, Head of Information, Governance and Security at Marie Curie, Charity Digital Marketing Manager Chris Hall reviews how successful charities were at combatting cyber-security in 2019. The panel also discusses what new threats to expect in 2020 and what resources, new and old charities should be looking to for information.
    We also celebrated our 10th episode with a brand new segment - Charity Digital or Charity Dodgy? Make sure to play along and let us know how you got on via twitter (https://twitter.com/CharityDigiNews) or email (mailto:podcasts@charitydigital.org.uk) .
    Have a question for the pod or want to get involved, reach out to us at podcasts@charitydigital.org.uk (mailto:podcasts@charitydigital.org.uk)
    This week's guests
    Cub Llewelyn-Davies, Charity Sector Lead from the National Cyber Security Centre the government agency responsible for cyber security. They help protect the UK from cyber attacks, manage major cyber incidents, and provide advice to citizens and organisations on how to keep themselves secure online. 
    Michala Liavaag, Head of Information, Governance and Security at Marie Curie
    Michala discovered the joys of information security 8 years ago and has since developed information governance and cybersecurity programmes in local government, the NHS and before landing the role of resident cyber-crime fighter at Marie Curie.

    • 30 Min.
    10: Simple steps towards digital strategy

    10: Simple steps towards digital strategy

    Following are the first podcast - Do you need a digital strategy? We're continuing the conversation with Vince Gatrick, Claire Tavernier, Owen Pringle and Rob Cade to drill into detailed yet simple steps that charities can take to start building a digital strategy. The panel discusses how and where to focus your efforts, tools, and tips to help make strategic digital decisions and what to look out for to avoid the pitfalls.
    ### DISCLAIMER: This was one of our earlier podcast recordings so the sound quality isn't great. The content is worth it though! Thanks for understanding. If you have any questions please reach out to us at podcasts@charitydigital.org.uk ###
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    About our guests:
    Claire is a senior leader and board member with over twenty years’ experience building and growing successful content and digital businesses. Most recently, Claire was the Interim CEO of Girl Effect, a media and digital organisation founded by the Nike Foundation, which she joined as COO in 2017. Girl Effect, a nonprofit, builds digital platforms and content brands at scale to meaningfully impact girls’ lives in the most difficult places in the world.
    Vince is a highly driven, accomplished and articulate Senior IT Leader, with an in-depth understanding of the strategic and operational requirements of an IT function. Experience of running global projects, high availability systems and IT teams to deliver a service orientated platform. Proven ability to translate business requirements into practical, imaginative and highly effective IT solutions with experience of managing senior internal/external stakeholder relationships. Renowned as a forward-thinking strategist and creative problem solver with a consistent history of organisational success and the support to accelerate a variety of business objectives. Continually exhibit a pragmatic and entrepreneurial leadership style to improve poor performing and misaligned IT teams and revitalized and realigned them to become business partners improving employee engagement and investment in IT as a digital transformation agent
    Robert is Centrepoint’s Director of Strategy and Performance – meaning he's responsible for optimising the way we work to drive the best possible outcomes for homeless young people. Before joining Centrepoint, Robert worked for over a decade as a management consultant. In this role, he focused on operational transformation in the public sector.
    Owen is a senior communications and digital strategist with over 20 years of experience, and Co-Founder / Partner of Arc, a business transformation practice that puts people at the heart of digital change. Owen has also been recognised by the Financial Times as one of the 100 most influential Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) leaders in technology, throughout the UK and Europe.

    • 24 Min.
    9: Is ignoring AI the charity sector's biggest tech mistake?

    9: Is ignoring AI the charity sector's biggest tech mistake?

    It’s still early days for most in the charity sector, but the truth is artificial intelligence is now far from being just a buzzword. 
    Experts are saying that artificial intelligence will shape society more than any other technology in the next few decades, so why would the third sector be any exception? However, it’s not been without its bad press – with risks and concerns over data use, loss of jobs and general usability.  
    We’re seeing more and more charities using technology such as machine learning, chatbots and algorithmic decision making to do everything from serving information and telling stories online, to taking voice-based donations, driving innovative research and serving beneficiaries.  The possibilities are incredibly wide-ranging.  
    This podcast challenges the negative aspects of AI, dives into exactly what charities are missing out on and shares how other charities are using AI to change the shape of their fundraising, operations and services.
    Have any questions? Reach out to us at podcasts@charitydigital.org.uk (mailto:podcasts@charitydigital.org.uk)
    Episode Sponsor
    This podcast is supported by The Microsoft UK Philanthropies team (https://sway.office.com/tkH1hVsBSwD8rId4) are aiming to help charities and young people across the UK develop digital skills and they'll be working with us over the next few months to produce a short series of podcasts and webinars. If you'd like to learn more about AI tech and how it can help your charity, head over to the charity digital (https://www.charitydigitalnews.co.uk/) website or visit Microsoft's AI for good site (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/ai/ai-for-good) .
    Our guests:
    Nick Wise is the CEO of Ocean Mind (https://nam06.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Foceanmind.global%2F&data=02%7C01%7Ct-glmcal%40microsoft.com%7C403c73a3f3984b146f5708d773ec0c50%7C72f988bf86f141af91ab2d7cd011db47%7C1%7C0%7C637105329962576651&sdata=m2wapkL7LSwlGpIpEj0D5%2FGzLl8CgakhVsh4ZROfurs%3D&reserved=0) (a social enterprise that uses satellites and artificial intelligence to empowers fisheries authorities and seafood buyers to understand the compliance of fishing around the world, both near- and offshore. They provide confidential direct support, training and capacity building to governments and IGOs, as well as risk management and due diligence to the seafood industry.  
    Kate Rosenshine leads the Cloud Solution Architect team at Microsoft covering media, telco & professional services sectors, previously working on data & AI in financial services.  

    • 35 Min.
    8: Safeguarding the sector: designing digital ethics for your charity

    8: Safeguarding the sector: designing digital ethics for your charity

    The Charity Digital Podcast returns for a series of three episodes focusing on the sometimes-neglected topic of digital ethics.
    As an introduction to our discussion of digital ethics, this episode breaks down the broader subject into three areas: digital, data and technology.
    Charities have adopted the principle of ‘do no harm’ into their field operations. How can this be applied to their digital output? And do charities have an ethical obligation to safeguard how any innovations stemming from their use of digital could be applied in the future?
    Jonathan Chevallier welcomes Giselle Cory (Executive Director of DataKind UK), Chris Martin (CEO of The Mix) and James Mullarkey (Head of Digital at The British Veterinary Association) for the first installment of an informative and thought-provoking discussion.

    • 19 Min.
    7: Do you need a digital strategy?

    7: Do you need a digital strategy?

    We're joined in the studio by Vince Gatrick, Claire Tavernier, Owen Pringle and Rob Cade for a real discussion about the 52% of charities who don't have a digital strategy, and ask the question - do you need a digital strategy or should digital be part of your wider organisational strategy?
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    About our guests:
    Claire is a senior leader and board member with over twenty years’ experience building and growing successful content and digital businesses. Most recently, Claire was the Interim CEO of Girl Effect, a media and digital organisation founded by the Nike Foundation, which she joined as COO in 2017. Girl Effect, a nonprofit, builds digital platforms and content brands at scale to meaningfully impact girls’ lives in the most difficult places in the world.
    Vince is a highly driven, accomplished and articulate Senior IT Leader, with an in-depth understanding of the strategic and operational requirements of an IT function. Experience of running global projects, high availability systems and IT teams to deliver a service orientated platform. Proven ability to translate business requirements into practical, imaginative and highly effective IT solutions with experience of managing senior internal/external stakeholder relationships. Renowned as a forward-thinking strategist and creative problem solver with a consistent history of organisational success and the support to accelerate a variety of business objectives. Continually exhibit a pragmatic and entrepreneurial leadership style to improve poor performing and misaligned IT teams and revitalized and realigned them to become business partners improving employee engagement and investment in IT as a digital transformation agent
    Robert is Centrepoint’s Director of Strategy and Performance – meaning he's responsible for optimising the way we work to drive the best possible outcomes for homeless young people. Before joining Centrepoint, Robert worked for over a decade as a management consultant. In this role, he focused on operational transformation in the public sector.
    Owen is a senior communications and digital strategist with over 20 years of experience, and Co-Founder / Partner of Arc, a business transformation practice that puts people at the heart of digital change. I have also been recognised by the Financial Times as one of the 100 most influential Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) leaders in technology, throughout the UK and Europe.

    • 30 Min.
    6: Tackling Inclusion Part 2: Unprepared Vs Prepared Organisations

    6: Tackling Inclusion Part 2: Unprepared Vs Prepared Organisations

    Following on from part 1 of our inclusion podcast series, Rabia Fazil and Collette Philip Keen are back with guest host Susheila Juggapah to discuss examples of what happens when organisations aren't prepared for the challenges of inclusion. We also highlight the charities and individuals that are embracing the issue and providing a leading light for others in the sector. 

    • 32 Min.

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