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On Thursday, April 2, 2020, Tech Matters formally launched as a new organization. I want to share some of the exciting happenings from our first day out of “semi-stealth!”
Jim speaks with Okta’s VP of Social Impact, Erin Baudo Felter, about his new plans to continue advancing the positive impact of technology in the social sector.
The three main topics covered are building the #TechforGood field and two major new systems change tech platform efforts: the Child Helpline International shared contact center and the 1000 Landscape for 1 Billion People initiative.
Jim Fruchterman raises $1.7M for Tech Matters, a new effort to help nonprofits do tech better – TechCrunch, April 2, 2020
The mission is to bring the benefits of technology to all of humanity, not the richest 5% of it.
Today, Silicon Valley launched an anomaly: Tech Matters, a new tech organization that’s fully committed to not make a profit
Systems Technologists are the bridge between tech advances in the private sector and tech for good applications in the social sector to advance real systems change.