Nonprofit Tech Alchemy: From Ideas to Impact

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Nonprofit Tech Alchemy: From Ideas to Impact

By Tech Networks of Boston

When and where

Date and time

Thursday, July 23, 2015 · 3 - 6pm EDT


District Hall 75 Northern Avenue Boston, MA 02210


More than ever before, nonprofit organizations are harnessing the power of technology to serve people, scale programs, and find new ways to innovate. But how do you go from ideas to real outcomes using technology? This free event, hosted by three nonprofit technical assistance providers will showcase three nonprofit organizations sharing their technology stories and solutions. The panel discussion will show how your peers turned ideas into reality, including surprises and pitfalls encountered along the way, and the multifaceted nature of approaching specific ideas and issues with your technology.

The panel includes:

Debra Askanase, Moderator, Community Organizer 2.0

Jenn Taylor, 501Partners

Gail Berlinger, Boston Community Capital

Kevin Palmer, Annkissam

Gail Pinkham, Associated Grant Makers

David Gleason, Tech Networks of Boston

Sarah Buzanowski, Planned Parenthood League of MA


3:00-4:00pm - Introductions, panel discussion and interviews

4:00-5:00pm- Group activity, audience discussion

5:00-6:00pm- Adjourn for refreshments and networking

This complimentary event is for nonprofit professionals and employees of nonprofit organizations. Please join us to hear from your peers, exchange ideas, and network with other nonprofit professionals.

If the event appears full, please go ahead and register for the waitlist. We have a very good track record of finding seats for nonprofit professionals!

This event is brought to you collaboratively by Tech Networks of Boston, 501 Partners, Annkissam and District Hall.

Thank you to our venue host:

About the organizer

Tech Networks of BostonTech Networks of Boston helps mission-based organizations in Greater Boston enhance their effective use of information technology. Clients identify and meet information technology requirements by supplementing internal IT resources with additional staff and services available from Tech Networks. Our services include IT strategic planning and assessment services, IT services management, project management, data integration, software development, web design, systems engineering, training, deskside support, and 24/7 support services including end-user support, remote server monitoring and emergency onsite service.