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The Funder’s Role in Collecting, Tracking, and Using Data

February 1, 2019 Foundant Technologies

This on-demand webinar focuses on the funder’s role in collecting, tracking, and using data from the real-world perspective of three Foundant clients in a funder role. They discuss initiatives their organizations have undertaken (i.e., preferred/required outcomes, scorecards, capacity grants, etc.) to better impact their own data collection and usage, as well as that of their grantees. The discussion covers what’s worked, what hasn’t, lessons learned, and advice for others seeking to improve their data efforts.

Click here to download the companion Data Tool mentioned in the webinar.

SPEAKERS

Sharmila Rao Thakkar - Founder, SRT Advising and Consulting LLC

Elyse Pollick Byrnes - Community Investment Officer, York County Community Foundation

Christine Mulvin - Program Officer, The HealthPath Foundation of Ohio

Kristen Summers - Grants Manager, Saint Luke’s Foundation

For your convenience, you can download the presentation slides here.

About the Author

Foundant Technologies

For more than a decade, Foundant Technologies has specialized exclusively in making philanthropy easier and more impactful through intuitive technology solutions. All of our cloud-based solutions focus on grantmaker, grantseeker, scholarship provider and community foundation needs with the goal to make day-to-day tasks streamlined and help maximize the impact of the philanthropic community.

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