The Technology Ecosystem: Collaboration to Achieve Greatest Impact
This is a vendor-led webinar with Mary Beth Westmoreland, CTO, Blackbaud and Charlie Richardson, CTO of the Heinz Endowment.
The social good sector is on the brink of a transformation that will change nearly everything about the way that we work and connect in the world. Currently, many funders are supporting complex internal technology frameworks that can create silos and make integration across the entire sector more difficult. The need for greater collaboration and efficiency – between funders, with their grantees, and with other stakeholders – to solve social and environmental challenges is increasingly requiring that funders be part of a technological ecosystem of good.
Join this webinar to learn about the opportunities to connect and convene funders, nonprofits, donors, volunteers, board members, reviewers and other stakeholders within the ecosystem of good. Mary Beth Westmoreland, CTO, Blackbaud will interview Charlie Richardson, CTO of the Heinz Endowment, around what a connected tech solution internally and externally means to his organization. We’ll also discuss how being connected to other funders and across the entire ecosystem of good will change the way we are all working, and how the right technology will ultimately reduce the complexity of managing programs and relationships while driving toward greater impact.
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