Hosted by the Digital Civil Society Lab at Stanford PACS and led by Lucy Bernholz, Digital Impact improves digital culture and infrastructure by advocating the safe, ethical, and effective use of data.
Drilling for data requires resources nonprofits don’t have. Outside experts can help but work cultures have to change. How can digital nomads be local partners in this global endeavor?
To manage urbanization, we need a work culture that encourages mobility and collaboration, balances profits with purpose, and values autonomy. Our cities need a global workforce that can meet challenges where they are.
Opening up job descriptions can move your team toward a service-oriented approach to engagement. My work with TechSoup is a practical example of Daniel Pink’s “Motivation 3.0,” which makes the case for collaboration in a “future of workplace” context.
“Health and Safety Communication” looks at how organizations craft messages and engage with their readers. My contribution highlights a digital public health campaign I led in Spring 2016, which yielded record engagement for the organization and boosted support for diverse elders across generational lines.
My interview of Lambda Legal Executive Director Kevin Cathcart for the series, 40 Years After Stonewall, was referenced in a 2015 issue of the Michigan Journal of Gender and Law. As Lambda Legal’s Online Content Specialist, I ghostwrote Cathcart’s monthly column and for lead attorneys on landmark cases, including Varnum v. Brien.
As Managing Editor for WINGS, I co-led the launch of the Data Charter’s first edition in 2014 with Elefint Designs and a team based in São Paulo, Brazil.
We’re looking at Facebook, the social network we’ve given our lives to for a decade, and wondering if we can ever trust it again. The Atlantic’s Alexis Madrigal says what Facebook did to American democracy is “many threads of a huge story woven together.” It’s time to unravel this quilt of horrors.
At George Mason University’s Center for the Advancement of Public Health, I led editorial for COMPASS, a multimedia resource that earned a model program award from the U.S. Department of Education.