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Dr. Angel Diaz of IBM discusses Call for Code, a worldwide, multi-year initiative that inspires developers to solve pressing global problems with sustainable software solutions.
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Sarah Olivieri is the founder of the Impact Method at PivotGround and joins the podcast to talk about agile, sprints in strategy, and data-driven strategic planning.
Michael Rasko of Rasko Digital Marketing talks about using the Google Ads (Adwords) Grants program for Nonprofits, including set up and maximizing conversions.
John Stephens, executive director of the BOMA project, talks about using Salesforce.org for measurement and evaluation work across the globe.
Joel Dodson of TSV Sound and Video talks about nonprofit events, building successful fundraisers and the total cost of running an event over time.
Adopt a Classroom uses the Nonprofit Cloud tools of Salesforce.org to accomplish their mission. Ryan Jordan talks about implementation and growth.
Matt Falkner is the Director of Sales for Mirketa, a Salesforce development partner for electronic medical records (EMR) and other data integration.
Melissa Tamblyn, Vice President, Information Technology at Plan International Canada talks about using Salesforce Community Cloud to reach and build support.
Josue Estrada of Salesforce Org talks at Dreamforce 2018 about Nonprofit Cloud, the new Philanthropy Cloud, voice enabled services and more.
Amy Sample Ward of NTEN talks about their new report on the State of the Nonprofit Cloud, including decision points based on security, staff, training and more.