Katherine Milligan, who directs the Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship, interviews leaders from organizations harnessing tech tools like drones and e-readers for social good.
The Anti-Defamation League’s Brittan Heller discusses her work tracking cyber-hate, and her partnership with tech companies and law enforcement agencies to reduce bigotry and promote justice and fair treatment in online environments.
Planet Inc.’s Andrew Zolli explains how big data paired with big indicators will help us predict and respond to global crises.
Stanford's Lucy Bernholz moderates a discussion on how social sector organizations can utilize the power of data while integrating critical concerns of security, transparency, and responsible governance into their culture.
What can social sector organizations learn from large companies about using data to maximize impact?
Ways to avoid some all-too-common pitfalls of nonprofit technology, and organizing for success in a new political environment. Part of a partnership with Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio.
Give Directly offers a simpler, more personal route of donation - connecting donor to recipient. In this podcast, Paul discusses how technology, a commitment to efficiency, and dedication to improving the donation process on both ends, has made Give Directly a success.
ENOVA was recently recognized as the winner of Tech Awards 2013 in the Education category for its incredible social impact.
Liesolette Heederick tells us about Nazava Water Filters, winner of Tech Awards 2013 in the Health category for its innovative solution to lack of clean water accessibility in Indonesia.
In this audio lecture, Carl Bass, President and CEO of Autodesk, discusses at Social Innovation Summit 2013 the application of design to solve social problems.