- Social VelocityPresident, present
- KLRU, Capital Area Food Bank, PBS, Oregon Children's Foundation
- Reed College
- Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University
Talent, Not Technology, Is The Key To Better Evaluation
Rounding out our conversation on evaluation is this view from the standpoint of technology, by David Henderson, founder of Idealistics. If t
[Infographic] Who Uses Social Networks? Social Networks Gender Preferenc...
When it comes to social networks, men & women prefer different sites. Check out this infographic on who uses social networks and which ones
Bridging the Data Disconnect Between Nonprofits and Their Funders
Next week, I'm headed to Seattle for a couple of "Measuring the Networked Nonprofit" book events generously sponsored by Microsoft. I'm very
Using Data to Solve Social Problems: An Interview with David Henderson
David Henderson, from Idealistics, talks about using data to make better nonprofit program decisions.
A Monster List of Social Innovation Books, Blogs, Conferences, Funders
Social Velocity provides a huge list of social innovation books, blogs, conferences, funders and organizations that nonprofit and social ent
Nonprofits as Equal Partners in the Economy: An Interview with Robert Egger
Social Velocity interviews nonprofit advocate, Robert Egger, about what the nonprofit sector needs to do to take their rightful, equal place
Notes from the Field: From the White House Forum on Philanthropy Innovation
Thanks to Jonathan Greenblatt and his team from the White House Office of Social Innovation and Civic Participation, I spent a day discussin
Raising Money to Grow On: Putting the Strategic Plan in Place
This Social Velocity case study series profiles a small nonprofit, Charlotte Chamber Music, and how they raised money to build their organiz
The Road to a Better World is Jammed with Red Bikes
Denver's B-cycle, a bicycle sharing program, provides an innovative way to solve a host of social problems.