ZeroDivide partners with clients—funders, government entities and businesses—to provide mission-driven consulting services to create social change via the power of technology.
At the center of each client relationship is a collaboration with communities, nonprofits and health-service organizations designed to innovate the way technology is used to achieve three outcomes—civic engagement, economic opportunity and health.
As a result our community partners experience transformation in their work, their interactions with the communities they serve, and their approach to their missions.
There are two meaningful practices that differentiate our approach, and help our clients and community partners accomplish their goals.
We operate with cultural humility. We work with people from many backgrounds—especially those represented in underserved communities—at their pace and in their way. We employ a diverse staff with deep understanding of the specific technology-related concerns of a wide range of communities, including: immigrants, low-income households, English Language Learners, parents, and people with disabilities.
We create communities of practice. Our work engages networks of expertise and resources to develop leadership and grow assets to build organizations that employ technology to improve communities. This strategy enables organizations to benefit from the learnings gained from the successes, challenges and experiences of their peers.