June 12, 2018
Ensuring GDPR compliance is a big job but someone has to do it. Now, a number of leading organizations are using good data practice to influence others in the sector.
Chris Delatorre is the writer and host of Digital Impact 4Q4, a rapid-fire podcast that answers the who, what, why, and what next for emerging trends in social sector data. Chris joined Digital Impact as editor in 2018 and is leading the relaunch of the Digital Impact community. He is a communications consultant at the nexus of science, technology, and philanthropy, working with organizations and communities of practice to innovate, collaborate, and advance a shared vision of sustainability and equity for a more just and abundant future.
At George Mason University, Chris managed editorial for a multimedia resource that earned a model program award from the US Department of Education. At WINGS, a global information broker, Chris launched a comms program for a network of 20K organizations in 40 countries. At TechSoup, he led a team of experts to position the forum as a global resource, as well as a content partner for brands like Microsoft, Adobe, and Box. Chris has contributed to a range of leading-edge publications, including Singularity Hub and Vogue, and worked with the United Nations to promote social good worldwide.
April 12, 2018
Data culture experts discuss a hands-on, self-service curriculum that empowers professionals of all experience levels to work with data.
March 27, 2018
Podcast and Transcript: Experts discuss responsible data, power, and the role of data and ethics in tech for good space.
March 24, 2018
“Their stories demonstrate data literacy at its best: a skill or set of habits anyone can develop that can be used in service to a greater mission or artistic pursuit.”
March 1, 2018
Data practitioners discuss an emerging data-sharing model that helps dissolve barriers to collaboration while safeguarding sensitive data.
September 22, 2015
A hyperconnected experience less governed by materialism could exploit “shared states” rather than “shared objects”—a more sustainable paradigm that shifts discursive desire and practice further toward transparency and accountability.
July 8, 2015
Using digital technologies within a distributed social framework can inspire solutions that bring us closer to reaching our Sustainable Development Goals.
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