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Closing Keynote for Nonprofit Boot Camp - Silicon Valley, June 12, 2013.

Closing Keynote for Nonprofit Boot Camp - Silicon Valley, June 12, 2013.

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  • The worlds are complicatedLet’s look at some examples
  • how many of you know what Uber ishow many of you have ever used ithow many of you think it's how your board members get around townhow many think it has positive / negative social impactuber isn't an obvious positive social impact business[how we see Uber as a positive social impact business]
  • The worlds are complicatedLet’s look at some examples
  • The worlds are complicatedLet’s look at some examples
  • The worlds are complicatedLet’s look at some examples
  • ASTHMAPOLIS- emergency asthma inhaler which sends an SMSto cloud whenever usedused for medication reminders, alert cliniciansreduces expensive ER visits and hospital readmitslowers costs of asthma management, improves health outcomesAsthma disproportionately impacts low income communities of colorreminders via text messages work better than pure patient education, pencil and paper forms

Mitch Kapor & Freada Kapor Klein, Ph.D.: It's All About the Impact Mitch Kapor & Freada Kapor Klein, Ph.D.: It's All About the Impact Presentation Transcript

  • IT’S ALL ABOUT THEIMPACT
  • LIVING IN MULTIPLE WORLDSBusinessTechStartupsNon-profits
  • THINGS WE BELIEVE• There’s a lot to love about tech, but not alltech is good• Every organization has social impact, but itsnot all positive• Not all non-profits operate in the best serviceof their mission• But there’s a lot to be gained by combiningthe positives from each sector
  • WHAT BUSINESS CAN DO WELL• operate efficiently• think strategically• be customer-focused• use competition to improve impact
  • WHAT TECH STARTUPS CAN DO WELL• innovate• scale rapidly• make things affordable• democratize entire sectors
  • WHAT NON-PROFITS CAN DO WELL• have a heart• focus on outcomes beyond money– people– planet– quality of life
  • Education Tech Impact ContinuumONLINE HIGHER ED 1.0- high cost, high debt- low qualty, low persistence- high profit
  • Education Tech Impact ContinuumPLAZA FAMILIA• bilingual instruction forEnglish Language learners• standards aligned• culturally relevant
  • Health Tech Impact ContinuumPERSONALIZED MEDICALRESEARCH- $5,000-$250,000 per patient- (an actual Peter Thiel-fundedstartup)
  • Health Tech Impact ContinuumASTHMAPOLIS- better control of chronicasthma- fewer ER visits, lower costs
  • Tech Impact in Non-profits• CRM and donor management systems– Greater efficiency• Social media– better constituency communication andengagement• Transformative tech– ????
  • non-profitcollaboration toincrease collegereadiness, persistence andcompletion ofAfrican Americanyoung men fromthe SF Bay AreaCollege BoundBrotherhood
  • A mobile app ofjust in time, high-quality informationand reminders tomanage the collegeadmission andpersistence processCollegeSNAPPS
  • WHAT YOU CAN DO• Assess your use of tech– tactical?– transformative?• Break down the silos• Imagine how tech can enable re-invention ofyour model
  • OUR EMERGINGDEFINITION OF IMPACT• Gap-closing– Access– Opportunity– Achievement• Democratizes sectors allowing newentrepreneurs• Reflects communities being served