This blog was co-produced by our Program Director, McCrae Parker, and originally posted on Health Affairs Blog. The Electronic Backpack is a supplement guide that works within our #Mobile4Impact Series developed in collaboration with Vodafone Americas and Sierra Health Foundation. The Mobile4Impact Series build uponFunding Mobile Strategies for Social Impact, our previous work to leverage mobile interventions in underserved communities. research, and captures new insights from the field.
This blog post was originally posted on Kevin John Fong of Elemental Partners. Since 1995, Founder and President, Kevin Fong and his partners have worked with hundreds of organizations from the public and private sectors through several service areas to help their clients achieve excellence.Elemental Partners strengthens the capacity of organizations to build and sustain practical frameworks for governance and operations that are based upon transparency, accountability and collaboration.
This blog post is an adaptation of "Tech Assessment Hangover" , Mike Rubio's presentation given atNonprofit Tech Week on April 7, 2015. In this presentation he provided best practices and insights from the field for organizations engaging in a technology assessment to improve technology adoption within the organization.
This blog was written by Vanessa Mason, our Senior eHealth Manager, in honor of National Minority Health Month. It was originally posted by Prevent Cancer Foundation. For more information on cancer prevention and early detection, visit www.preventcancer.org
In March of 2015 we sent three members of our staff to Austin, Texas for a technology conference hosted by NTEN. During our recent session at the 2015 Nonprofit Technology Conference, hosted by The Nonprofit Technology Enterprise Network (NTEN) we presented “Text2Change: How to Leverage Text Messaging for Communication,” we shared key considerations for the design and implementation of text messaging program. After the conference we submitted an article summarizing our presentation content for 17th Issue of NTEN's publication, Change : "Digital Inclusions and Technical Divides.
The rhythm of SGT Week reflected the tempo at which content is shared in society with the social awareness representative of Bay Area natives. This conference, founded by LeAnne Pittsford -local tech innovator and self proclaimed dachshund mom-featured over two dozen speakers, including a key note speech from our very own CEO, Tessie Guillermo.
This post is a series being published in support of our work with the Pioneers in Justice initiative of the Levi Strauss Foundation. This multi-year initiative is working with next-generation leaders of social justice organizations to enable peer learning and equip them with new tools, strategies and ways of working to create change. Read more about our work with the initiative.