You’ve heard all the buzz about blockchain technology and artificial intelligence recently. But do they apply to the nonprofit sector? Do you need to pay attention?
Yes! Both of these technologies are shifting the way impact is created, tracked, and measured for nonprofits and social enterprises alike.
Join us for a session on July 17, and learn about how both of these tools are creating new opportunities in the impact space, right now:
• Creative ways nonprofits and NGOs are using blockchain and AI today, around the globe - and in Cleveland
• Trends to follow and questions to ask to understand when and if your nonprofit should take action
• How these technologies can (and already do) play a role helping to create and track impact for nonprofits
Amy Neumann is a social good fanatic who has been working professionally to help create positive change since 1994. After spending sixteen years in Los Angeles with companies like AT&T and Yahoo and working on national and international corporate and nonprofit projects, Amy returned to Cleveland.Read More
Amy Neumann is a social good fanatic who has been working professionally to help create positive change since 1994. After spending sixteen years in Los Angeles with companies like AT&T and Yahoo and working on national and international corporate and nonprofit projects, Amy returned to Cleveland.
An entrepreneur by nature, Amy founded a startup nonprofit called Free Tech for Nonprofits in 2017 to help small nonprofits do more of their important work faster through smart technology and communication strategy. She is also CEO and principal of the social enterprise consultancy, Good Plus Tech, with a focus on leveraging emerging technologies like blockchain and artificial intelligence.
Amy speaks often, at events like Dell’s Social Innovation Conference and ASU’s Sustainability Conference. She is widely published, including as a contributor to Forbes, an author of PR News’ Crisis Management Guidebook, a columnist for Huffington Post, and a contributor to Thrive Global. Because she can’t get enough of innovative world-changers and ideas for impact, Amy also publishes on her passion project site, CharityIdeas.org.
Amy’s 2018 Simon & Schuster book, “Simple Acts to Change the World: 500 Ways to Make a Difference,” is a tribute the many great ideas she’s discovered on the topics of social good, social justice, and volunteering during more than two decades in the space.