The Data and Technology Experience
Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Jessie Ball duPont Center
Would you like to join us for a D.A.T.E. this October?
Understanding how to collect the right data and use technology aren’t abstract ideas, they are tools that help you drive your mission forward. Nonprofits that know how to collect and measure the right information run more efficiently, develop more relevant programs, earn more grants and have greater social impact.
D.A.T.E. is a power-packed day that is the first of its kind in the Southeast. Participants will:
- Be inspired by Andrew Means, co-founder of the Impact Lab which is using information and technology for social good
- Learn about new technologies that help organize and track data for better outcome reporting
- Examine nonprofit success stories for ideas that will lead to more compelling stories
- Meet data and technology resources ready to help your team put ideas into action
- Spend time sharing experiences, thoughts and ideas with their peers
With sessions created for entry, experienced and expert levels of experience the conference is appropriate for CEOs, Board members and all key staff in development, communications, operations and programs – all whom will benefit from hearing about the latest in data collection and technology that will help strengthen their organization and measure their outcomes.
The day will be filled with full-conference keynote sessions, breakout sessions, interactions with data and technology experts, success stories of nonprofits using data, and networking with your nonprofit peers.
The working agenda includes:
8:30 - Registration and Breakfast
9:00 - The Nonprofit Data Revolution Keynote, featuring Andrew Means, co-founder of The Impact Lab
10:30 - Breakout Session 1, featuring tracks on cloud hosting, organizational readiness, and data
12:15 - Lunch with networking/affinity groups
1:15 - Breakout Session 2, featuring tracks on cloud hosting, software, organizational readiness, and data
2:15 - D.A.T.E. Café and Vendor Fair
2:35 - Breakout Session 3, featuring tracks on cloud hosting, software, organizational readiness, and data
3:50 - Creating a Culture of Technology Plenary, featuring Mark Cross, CEO of Measuring Success
5:00 - Networking Reception
Are you registered to attend DATE? Don't forget to download the conference app here to register for your sessions, qualify for prizes, and more! Click here to get started.
Registration opens July 11. To register your attendance, click here.
Registration is limited, and we expect to sell out, so don't delay!
|Early Bird Registration
(July 11-September 2)
(September 3-October 18)
(October 19-October 21)
call for proposals
We are actively recruiting organizations, businesses, and individuals who have technical knowledge and/or success stories to share. If you are interested in participating as part of a breakout session, please complete this Call for Proposals form no later than Friday, August 12th at 5PM.
sponsors and vendors
If you are interested in sponsoring the Data and Technology Experience or being a part of the Vendor Fair, please contact Kim Govan at kgovan@NonprofitCtr.org or 904-425-8757.
Questions about D.A.T.E.? Contact Briana Baglini at bbaglini@NonprofitCtr.org or 904-425-1185.