With inflation rates hitting new highs and talk of recession, nonprofits are facing lower donation volumes. On the flip side, recessions allow organizations to focus on their infrastructure. When the future is unpredictable, there are opportunities to help ensure your organization leads through uncertainty. While technology is not the answer to every resource problem, it can be an integral part of the solution, particularly as donors and constituents expect more personalized attention from you and your team. Join Microsoft Tech for Social Impact to explore how a more connected technology experience can keep staff across departments on the same page, increase donor trust, and grow your impact-centered storytelling abilities.
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Alex is a Senior Product Manager in Tech for Social Impact, part of Microsoft Philanthropies. Alex is focused on the data, analytics, and AI capabilities within the Microsoft Cloud for Nonprofit. He joined Microsoft after completing his MBA at the Yale School of Management, and previously worked for a decade in public and private sector organizations to empower individuals and teams through technology.
Devi is the global head of Industry Solutions in Tech for Social Impact, part of Microsoft Philanthropies. She leads the go-to-market and industry solutions strategy for Microsoft Cloud for Nonprofits and all industry solutions. Most recently, she was the Vice President at Salesforce.org leading external communications leveraging marketplace trends and deep customer listening to meet the needs of the nonprofit industry. With her background in the nonprofit sector, you will often find Devi at the intersection of technology and purpose. She considers herself an active part of the problem-solving sector, where she collaborates to respond to the most important topics of our time including Inclusion & Belonging, Climate Action, Global Health, and the Future of Work often drawing on her experience as a leader at the United Nations Foundation and as a Corporate Responsibility Director at Cone, Inc. She is a trained journalist who leverages the power of stories to share world-changing ideas. Devi serves on the Executive Board of Project Scientist, a nonprofit dedicated to guiding underrepresented girls to STEM careers.