In this episode, Jim reviews some of the top insights from our interviewees; reconfirming why tech is vital to social change at scale
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Emily Jacobi is the co-founder of Digital Democracy, a non-profit which empowers marginalized communities with the support of tech tools.
TechSoup, a nonprofit network operating in 236 countries and territories, works to improve technology and digital capacity for organizations and people working in the social sector.
As Chief Curator of Societal Platform, Sanjay Purohit’s role is to bring together an ecosystem of those addressing complex problems at scale.
Jim talks about the importance of Human Centered Design, dealing with skepticism as a social entrepreneur and what technology needs to bring to the table.
Nithya, co-founder and CEO of Nexleaf, is working to bring powerful data insights and deep engineering expertise to ensure data is used with equity in mind and for genuine impact.
Dr. Ana Pantelici tells us about her previous work at Fundación Capital, where she founded the LISTA initiative, improving financial health in low-income communities using digital solutions.
We decided to launch The Tech Matters Podcast to spread the word about the work of some of the most interesting social entrepreneurs out there—leaders whose goal is to create social value rather than growth for its own sake