Many nonprofit leaders are confronting a variety of similar challenges as they seek to strategically drive their organizations forward.
These challenges include:
- Driving Revenue
- Being more data-driven
- Becoming More collaborative
- Ensuring confidentiality
The success of any attempts to solve these challenges often depends on not just the development and choice of the proper technology, but also how effectively people utilize it as a resource. Figuring out how different components of technology within an organization fit together can often be a daunting and tricky task
Please join us as our panel of non-profit leaders discuss their experiences in establishing their own solutions to these challenges.
Optimizing The Use of Technology to Drive Mission
ITDATA presents The Non-Profit Breakfast Series
Thursday, March 21 from 7:30 AM to 9:15 AM
The Union League of Philadelphia 140 South Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19102
BUSINESS ATTIRE REQUIRED (jackets required for men & no jeans)
Ginger Zielinskie | CEO of Benefits Data Trust
David Griffith | Head Coach for Episcopal Community Services
Corrine O’Connell | CEO of Habitat for Humanity
Moderator: Richard Binswanger, ITData
Date: Thursday, March 21 from 7:30 AM - 9:15 AM
Location: Union League of Philadelphia, 140 South Broad Street
Breakfast and Networking - 7:30 AM -8:00 AM
Panel Discussion - 8:00 - 9 AM
Follow-up Networking 9:00 AM 9:15 AM
Thank you to our sponsors:
FRIEDMAN LLP ~ Accountants and Advisors
INSPERITY ~ Inspiring Business Performance
Ginger Zielinskie | CEO of Benefits Data Trust Ginger is President & CEO of Benefits Data Trust (BDT), a nonprofit organization that helps people live healthier, more independent lives by creating smarter ways to access essential benefits and services. With over 15 years of experience in building and scaling health and human service organizations, Ginger enjoys reaching across sectors to align on better outcomes for individuals and families. During her tenure at BDT Ginger has led both scaling and strategy, helping more than 800,000 people access benefits that help them eat, heat their homes, and enroll in healthcare. Ginger believes that to improve people’s health, social, and economic outcomes, we must develop a coordinated ecosystem of service and supports. At BDT, she paves the way to make benefits access simple and cost effective by leveraging data and technology as well as policy and practice solutions to re-envision how clients engage with social care. Ginger works with the amazing BDT team to build simple, scalable solutions that create healthier, more stable communities for us all.
David Griffith | Head Coach for Episcopal Community Services Dave is currently the Executive Director and Head Coach of Episcopal Community Services in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. ECS’s mission is to ask stake holders to Look Up and Challenge Poverty and to do so with courage, capacity, and will. The focus of ECS is to address the issues of Intergenerational Poverty through programs based on leading edge brain science that provide coaching to participants to achieve economic mobility. Dave also serves on the boards of The Modern Group, Ltd, Delaware Valley Floral Group, The J J Haines Company, Mountain Laurel Spirits LLC, Hoober Inc., and Verus LLC. His nonprofit interests include serving on the boards of the Philadelphia World Affairs Council, The Economy League of Philadelphia, Friends of Foundation Academy in Trenton, Victory Farms, and The Academy of Natural Sciences at Drexel University.
Corrine O’Connell | CEO of Habitat for Humanity As CEO, Corinne O’Connell drives the strategic vision of Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia and its work toward a city where everyone has a decent place to live. Corinne brings two decades of experience in nonprofits that specialize in housing and homelessness to her role at Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia. Corinne worked at the YWCA of Seattle and Project HOME before she joined Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia as Director of Development in 2009. She served as Habitat’s Associate Executive Director from 2011 to 2017 before she stepped into her current role as the organization’s first Chief Executive Officer.
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