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Saturday, March 15 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Shelving Legacy, Sparking Innovation. Building Effective Technology for Philanthropy.

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This session offers leaders, managers and program officers engaged in philanthropic initiatives a rare chance to hear and discuss these issues with other colleagues, facilitated by a experience panel from the philanthropy, nonprofit and technology sectors.

Attendees will learn: 1) Strategic approaches to adopting new systems and technology to support long range philanthropic goals  2) Real world experience from leaders in philanthropy, nonprofits and technology on successfully integrating technology within giving programs  3) Practical tips and resources for making smart and sustainable technology decisions.

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Jereme Bivins

Digital Media Manager, The Rockefeller Foundation
Jereme Bivins is the digital media manager at The Rockefeller Foundation, a co-organizer of NYC's 501 Tech Club, a board member of NTEN: The Nonprofit Technology Network, and a speaker and contributor to various conferences and media outlets.
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Catherine Eusebio

Communications & Membership Associate, AAPIP
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David Krumlauf

Chief Technologist, Pierce Family Charitable Foundation
Pierce Family Charitable Foundation IT person. Foundation Fan Page http://is.gd/mUb6

Eric Leland

Principal, FivePaths
Eric Leland has spent the last 15 years working with progressive organizations tackling online and offline technology challenges both on staff and as a consultant. As a founding partner of FivePaths (fivepaths.com), Eric focuses on strategic technology planning, website and database... Read More →
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Maureen O'Brien

Marketing Manager, The Philanthropic Initiative
Maureen O’Brien is Marketing Manager at The Philanthropic Initiative (TPI), a nonprofit consulting firm that helps corporations, foundations and families maximize the impact of their giving. She is responsible for TPI's marketing and communications and also assists with business... Read More →

Laura Quinn

Idealware, Director of Partnerships and Knowledge
Laura has been working in the software sector for nearly 20 years. As Idealware’s Director of Partnerships and Knowledge, she works with nonprofit leaders to guide the creation of research based information to help nonprofits make smart technology decisions. Prior to founding Idealware, Laura... Read More →

Saturday March 15, 2014 10:30am - 12:00pm EDT
Wilson A
  Strategy, Breakout

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