Data and technology are changing the way we travel, collaborate, communicate, entertain ourselves, and our politics. At Good Tech Fest we believe data and technology can change the way we deliver impact too. Far too often impact oriented organizations focus on using data and technology to manage the organization but not the organization’s impact. We seek to change that.
The ideas behind Indigenous Data Sovereignty and the importance of trust, agency, humility & community
Genevieve sits down with Rebecca Rae, Jicarilla Apache Researcher, Evaluator, and co-learner. They discuss the ideas behind Indigenous Data Sovereignty and the importance of trust, agency, humility, and community.
What Does It Mean to Be Intimate with Our Data?
Genevieve spends time with Gladis Molina Alt, Executive Director of the Young Center for Immigrant Children's Rights. They explore what it means to interrogate data and data practices in a direct service context, as well as what it means to be 'intimate' with our data.
How To Put Trust and Human Relationships at The Core of Our Work
Genevieve Smith sits down with Donita Volkwijn, Senior Director of Member Engagement at Philanthropy New York. They discuss the connections between trauma, joy, and love and our knowledge management practices and data systems—trust and human relationships must be at the core of our work.
Giving Tuesday Invests in Data
This week I sit down with Woodrow Rosenbaum, Chief Data Officer at Giving Tuesday, to learn about some of the exciting investments they are making into data infrastructure.
Launching a Consulting Practice in the Social Sector
This week I sit down with data viz expert Ann Emery to talk about how she's managed to launch a successful independent consulting practice serving the social sector.
Beth Kanter & Allison Fine authors of the new book The Smart Nonprofit
In this week's podcast Andrew sits down with Beth Kanter & Allison Fine, authors of the new book The Smart Nonprofit.