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Listening to Stakeholders: Focus on Nonprofit User Experience

As traditional grantmaking practices are being up-ended with the global pandemic and renewed energy around racial, social, and economic justice, what’s taking tech so long to catch up? Join PEAK, TAG, GrantAdvisor, and Grantbook for Philanthropy, Tech & Equity, a four-part series illuminating how philanthropy can leverage technology to drive equitable grantmaking practices and build a social justice movement, step by step. We guarantee to satisfy secret (and not-so-secret) accidental techies, data nerds, and tech futurists alike as we take you on a learning journey around philanthropy, technology, and equity.

The first key principle of social justice work: Start with community. We’re kicking off the series hearing from the primary beneficiaries of philanthropy tech – nonprofits. GrantAdvisor, an anonymous tool where nonprofits can leave feedback for their funders, has been tracking what they really think about your online systems – and it’s not all awesome. They have some lived experience to share. We’ll also hear from a grantmaker who listened – and did something about it!

Speakers

Kari Aanestad
Co-Director, GrantAdvisor, and Director of Advancement, Minnesota Council of Nonprofits

 

 

 

James Law
Director, Innovation & Business Development, Grantbook

 

 

 

Rhonda McGee
Information Systems Manager, Kalamazoo Community Foundation

 

 

 

Registration
  • Complimentary to Organization Members
  • $25 Individual Members
  • $55 Non-Members

If you’re a TAG member and not a PEAK member, contact TAG for the discount code to receive a complimentary pass.

Not yet a part of the PEAK community? We invite all grantmaking professionals to sign up for a complimentary Individual Membership. Receive discounted or complimentary registration to PEAK events, participate in our CONNECT discussion forum, and access select resources.