During latest of the New York University Heyman Center’s, Philanthropy 3.0 Speaking Series, technological innovators along with nonprofit consultants got together to discuss how advancement in mobile technology allows a way for nonprofit organizations to connect with potential donors and constituents like never before.
Featuring Liz Ngonzi, founder and CEO of Amazing Taste LLC and adjunct professor at NYU.
Panelists including Andrew Zolli (Pop!Tech), Christopher Fabian (UNICEF’s Tech4Dev), Nadim Mahmud (Medic Mobile), Courtney Radsch (Freedom House), Liz Ngonzi (Heyman Center), and Marcia Stepanek (Heyman Center) talked about the rise of mobile social networks and their influence on organizing volunteers, protesters and supporters around specific causes and goals. Hosted by The NYU-SCPS Heyman Center for Philanthropy and Fundraising, the Philanthropy 3.0 Speaker Series features national leaders in philanthropy innovation debating disruptive changes in the sector, including the latest influences of social media, cause video, the social enterprise movement, and mobile fundraising.
It is the 21st century and most countries allow freedom and opportunity for all races and sexes to achieve any goal they set out for themselves. We see this as women have taken up senior roles within large corporations. But we still have a long way to go, And one Summit that has shed some light on How we can IS: the African Women’s Leadership Summit that took place in Kenya.
Joining us in studio today is international speaker, Elizabeth Ngonzi, who spoke at the summit. Ngonzi is also the CEO of a non-profit organization Afrika Tikkun in the USA. This organization invests in the development of disadvantaged children from early infancy through young adulthood and into the world of work.