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Discover how an innovative knowledge exchange (Revere Software) is fueling progress by connecting people within communities and across continents, featuring use-case story of technology partner Tableau Foundation and nonprofit partner Splash.org.
IN THE WORLD OF SOLVING HUMANITIES MOST PRESSING ISSUES, WE BELIEVE PEOPLE ARE THE SECRET SAUCE. They are an often underutilized resource of knowledge, skills, and experiences, just waiting to be accessed by the solution-seekers who need it most. Unlocking this untapped wealth of know-how and insight can be key in propelling an organizations mission forward.
While nonprofits are rich in purpose, many lack funding or capacity necessary to uncover new solutions. Likewise, companies across industries are teeming with subject-matter experts but lack an avenue for connecting their army of knowledge-based volunteers with opportunities to advance the greater good.
Technology companies like Tableau are partnering with Revere Software to bring these worlds together. Revere's unique knowledge-sharing and flash-mentoring platform allows nonprofits like Splash.org to instantly connect with a cadre of Tableau volunteers who are skilled in a range of data visualization best practices.
This webinar is geared towards nonprofit organizations, giving participants insights into:
|Brian Kurth, Founder / CEO, Revere Software|
|Ashley Monson, Social Impact Coordinator, Tableau Foundation|
|Ryan Trude, Technology Operations Manager, Splash.org|
|Esther Aller, Senior Technical Support Engineer, Tableau|
Brian Kurth, Founder / CEO, Revere Software
Brian Kurth was the founder and President of VocationVacations. Dubbed Americas dream job matchmaker by CNN in 2010, the company provided career mentorship experiences to people across the United States for more than a decade. As its chief promoter, Brian was an on-air contributor for NBC, CNBC, CNN, FOX News, MSNBC and NPR and featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and O, The Oprah Magazine among others. As a serial entrepreneur, Brian created Revere Software, a knowledge-sharing and networking platform for corporate foundations, nonprofit organizations and universities in 2015. Earlier in his career, Brian served in corporate product marketing and business development roles at Ameritech and AT&T.
In his spare time, you can find Brian listening to live music, hiking and kayaking. Brian earned a B.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, triple-majoring in Political Science, History and International Relations.
Ashley Monson, Social Impact Coordinator, Tableau Foundation
Ashley Monson is Social Impact Coordinator at Tableau, where she manages employee service and giving programs globally. Ashley joined Tableau Foundation in 2015, and oversaw the companys first full year of employee donation matching and community grantmaking. Within her role, Ashley also runs the Tableau Service Corps, a skilled volunteering platform that connects non-profits around the world with experts in data analytics.
Before joining Tableau, Ashley worked in the non-profit sector. She spent several years working for a foster care and social services agency. That work helped form her commitment to corporate philanthropy and community engagement.
Ryan Trude, Technology Operations Manager, Splash.org
Originally from Pittsburgh, PA I moved to the north west in 2010 and landed in Seattle in late 2011. For the past three years I have had the pleasure of being a part of the Splash team. As the Technology Operations Manager I focus my efforts on managing Splashs organization wide technology solutions, which includes leading our data visualization efforts. When not working, I enjoy spending time with my family, working in my woodshop, and playing in the great outdoors.
About Revere SoftwareFounded in 2015, Revere is a people-driven platform connecting subject-matter experts with knowledge-seekers around the world. Their private label software-as-a-service model is used by leading foundations, global nonprofits, universities, and cutting-edge corporations to spark human connections. They are headquartered in Denver, CO. GetRevere.com
About Tableau Service CorpsThe Tableau Service Corps is a community of bright, dedicated individuals who want to help nonprofits make more of an impact through the use of their data. Comprised of Tableau employees, customers, and partners, the Tableau Service Corps provides free help with specific, contained projects that will make a nonprofit more successful. For nonprofits, you can expect to work with a dedicated and talented Tableau expert who will help you get started with Tableau, level up your existing Tableau visualizations, or build your team's confidence working with data each day - whatever will help your nonprofit the most. However, Tableau Service Corps members are volunteers - which is why we ask that you bring them specific, short-term projects to help with - after all, they have full day jobs! https://servicecorps.tableaufoundation.org
About Splash.org Splash believes that every child deserves to have clean water, clean hands, and clean toilets. Our goal is to improve the health and development of children living in urban poverty by implementing integrated water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) programs in high-density, child-serving institutions, like schools and orphanages. This work supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 6 to ensure the availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all, and to reduce WASH inequalities between and within countries.
Founded in 2007, Splash has already completed over 1,600 projects serving more than 400,000 kids in eight countries: China, Cambodia, Bangladesh, Ethiopia, India, Nepal, Thailand, and Vietnam. We are on track to help one million kids have clean water, hands, and toilets by 2023. https://splash.org