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Tech Leaders Sharing Trends & Hacks for Efficiency and Social Impact

Social Enterprise Alliance, San Francisco Bay Area Chapter

Wednesday, April 26, 2017 from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)

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Passionate about creating positive, sustainable impact in our communities and the world as social entrepreneurs, intrapreneurs, techies, and dreamers, we can sometimes get bogged down in everyday operations - not having time to learn about and apply relevant technologies and tools that can help increase efficiencies and scale impact.

Join executives, directors, and investors in tech for an evening full of insight, strategy and expertise. You will have the opportunity to share and learn from the perspectives of a top-notch group of leaders from a broad array of technology organizations interested in maximizing positive and sustainable impact in our communities.

This diverse set of leaders from startups, corporations, nonprofits, and the developer community will share the latest trends, strategies and hacks in tech that they are using now and those they see contributing to their organizations in the future. The event format is dynamic and interactive, so don't miss this opportunity to share and learn with these remarkable decision-makers about: 

- Tech Trends to Look Out For
- Using Tech to Scale and Measure Social Impact
- Lessons Learned from Large-Scale Implementations
- Fostering Diversity and Inclusion in Tech Leadership
- 2 wild-card topics chosen by the audience

 

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Confirmed Speakers


Michael Hwa,
Managing Director @ Accenture
High Performance. Delivered.


 Ilana Golan,
Impact Investor and Serial Entrepreneur @ Golan Ventures
Transforming Companies, Breaking Barriers.

 Katie Evans-Reber
VP of Human Resources @ Gusto
Focus on Your Business, Not Your Payroll.

 


Mandela Schumacher-Hodge,
Founding Portfolio Services Director @ Kapor Capital
Power of Transformative Ideas and Diverse Teams.


 

Cammie Erickson,
Senior Manager, LinkedIn for Good @ LinkedIn 
Relationships Matter.

 

 

Will Stephens,
Director of Product Management @ Paypal
Pay Securely. Here, There, Anywhere.



Barb Chang,  
VP of Product and Partnerships @ Samasource
Organize Your Unstructured Data.   


Ricky Abisla, 
Senior Project Manager @ TechSoup
Transformative Technology Skills and Solutions.

 


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About SEA/SF

SEA/SF is a nonprofit alliance of leaders using business and technology for advancing social justice. We are organizational leaders, investors and entrepreneurs in the San Francisco Bay Area who believe that business and technology can have a positive impact for every person in society. We are an official chapter of Social Enterprise Alliance, the largest network of social enterprises in North America with a 20‐year history of field leadership, a national network of over 1,000 members in 40 states, and a local footprint of 16 chapters. Members include top practitioners, leading thinkers, investors, public policy leaders and a wide range of service providers. Join us at www.socialenterprise.us.

About SFTech4Good

A 4,500+ member monthly meetup combining TechSoup’s NetSquared groups and NTEN (Nonprofit Technology Network) 501 Tech Clubs.  We gather to explore how tech & people in tech can use their skills for social impact – and how social good organizations can more effectively use tech.  SFTech4Good was founded in 2006. 

About Hack Reactor

Hack Reactor's mission is to empower students to succeed in new careers in Software Engineering through accelerated, best-in-class programs and a strong, caring community. Their groundbreaking software engineering program trains students 11 hours per day, 6 days a week, over 12 weeks. Hack Reactor’s curriculum cultivates mastery of computer science fundamentals and the JavaScript programming language, and our third-party verified student outcomes pace the coding bootcamp industry. Thousands of Hack Reactor alumni work in a variety of mid- to senior-level engineering roles at industry leaders like Google, Adobe, LinkedIn, NASA JPL and Amazon, as well as many growing technology companies. For more information, visit: http://www.hackreactor.com.

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please contact Sarah Noyes at ms.noyes@gmail.com for more info.

Have questions about Tech Leaders Sharing Trends & Hacks for Efficiency and Social Impact? Contact Social Enterprise Alliance, San Francisco Bay Area Chapter

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Hack Reactor
944 Market Street, 7th floor
San Francisco, CA 94102

Wednesday, April 26, 2017 from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)


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Social Enterprise Alliance, San Francisco Bay Area Chapter

SEA/SF is a nonprofit alliance of leaders using business and technology for advancing social justice.

We are organizational leaders, investors and entrepreneurs in the San Francisco Bay Area who believe that business and technology can have a positive impact in every person in society.

 

We facilitate participatory activities for collective impact across sectors, with the vision of a San Francisco Bay Area where everyone has the opportunity to invest, start, partner, work, and purchase from businesses and technologies that create direct benefits to the community. We take a purposeful, inclusive, and innovative approach for convening leaders from all sectors, ages, and stages to benefit social enterprises, the communities they impact, and the social enterprise movement at large.

 

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We are an official chapter of Social Enterprise Alliance, the largest network of social enterprises in North America with a 20‐year history of field leadership, a national network of over 1,000 members in 40 states, and a local footprint of 16 chapters. Members include top practitioners, leading thinkers, investors, public policy leaders and a wide range of service providers.

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