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NONPROFIT EDITION: HOW DATA CAN BE LEVERAGED FOR GOOD
May 19 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pmFREE
With the ever-growing technology-focused world we are living in today, data has become a huge component of driving a business forward and assisting in making educated decisions.
Data is especially important for nonprofits who are looking to run lean and efficient for their cause. Whether it be for predicting future trends, driving their grant process, or fundraising, data has become a pivotal piece of the nonprofit world.
Join us for an evening where data experts at different nonprofits share how they have been utilizing data to help expand and benefit their cause.
Invite your friends to join in on this evening of virtual thought-leadership, giving, and fun!
During this discussion, you will learn the different types of tools and techniques these folks use to succeed (and hopefully you can use them at your company too!).
This event is taken completely online via Zoom.
You will need access to a laptop or computer with strong internet connection.
Event set up information will be emailed to all signed up the day before the event launches.
About the Panelists
Proximity to Power
Clarisa Lindenmeyer is an executive business strategist who works with CEOs, executives and entrepreneurs to grow their companies utilizing an outside of the box approach to brand building and problem solving. After spending almost a decade working in strategy and partnerships with a focus on new revenue, for multimillion dollar brands and startups, Clarisa formed her own consulting practice, Proximity to Power, which specializes in high level strategy for the C-Suite.
Clarisa earned her reputation as the ultimate problem solver and connector in her work building an international innovation ecosystem as the Chief Revenue Officer at Tech Wildcatters.
CEO of Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas,
Jennifer Bartkowski serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas (GSNETX). Ms. Bartkowski has been with GSNETX since 2009 and served as Chief Development Officer and Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer before assuming the role of CEO.
Today, Jennifer is leading a business transformation for the organization that serves more than 25,000 girls across 32 counties. With a strategic focus on membership growth, 21st century programming and brand, Jennifer is committed to ensuring that Girl Scouts is relevant to today’s girl and her parents. With a commitment to changing the workforce pipeline of North Texas, Jennifer chairs a national STEM initiative that was inspired by the success of Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas’ $15M STEM Center of Excellence in southwest Dallas. This 92 acre campus is a living laboratory for girls to explore science, technology, engineering and math. Today, the STEM Center serves as a 21st century program facility for 6,000 local Girl Scouts and as a field trip destination for 4,000 public, private and charter school students throughout North Texas.
Jennifer is the mother of two children and is the proud recipient of the Girl Scout Silver Award as well as the Girl Scout Thanks Badge, recognizing her outstanding achievements as an adult member of Girl Scouts
Self Esteem Brands
Tammylynne is the Global CIO for Self Esteem Brands. SEB operates almost 5000 locations in almost 40 countries worldwide. In her role, Tammylynne owns technology, digital, security, infrastructure, field support and data initiatives.
Prior to SEB, Tammylynne was the CIO for Holiday Stationstores (acquired by Circle K), and she spent
15 years at Kohl’s Department Stores. Tammylynne started her career consulting for Accenture.
Tammylynne resides in Medina, MN with her husband and 3 children.