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Wednesday, March 22 • 10:30am - 10:45am
Start-Up and Emerging Technology Shark Tank

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The top vote recipients from yesterday’s Start-Up and Emerging Technology Exhibition will present their products to the plenary and receive feedback from the members of the #ImpactCloud alliance.

Moderators
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Frank Schott

Vice President of Global Programs, NetHope
Frank Schott joined NetHope in 2005, and served as Managing Director of Global Programs for 11 years. In 2016, he took on the role of Vice President of Global Programs, where he oversees Field Programs. During his time with NetHope, Frank has worked closely with member agencies, corporate partners and NetHope staff to design, develop and deliver ICT related programs which are shared by the humanitarian sector. | | Prior to joining NetHope... Read More →

Speakers
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Bryan Breckenridge

Executive Director, Box.org, Box
Bryan Breckenridge is Executive Director of Box.org, Box’s philanthropic social enterprise. In his role, Bryan leads the company’s efforts to enable nonprofits to innovate and reach their mission. Prior to Box, Bryan founded the nonprofit-facing pillar of LinkedIn for Good supporting nonprofits’ successful use of LinkedIn. Previously, Bryan was Director of Nonprofits and Education at Salesforce.org, which leverages Salesforce.com’s... Read More →
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Corey Marshall

Director, Splunk4Good, Splunk
Corey Marshall is the director of Splunk4Good, the corporate social impact program for Splunk, where he leads the company’s efforts in employee service and engagement, community giving and social impact initiatives. Splunk4Good partners with organizations at the local, state and federal levels to leverage data in support of initiatives such as disaster response and open government, including the recently announced $100 million Splunk Pledge... Read More →
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Meghan Nesbit

Director, Nonprofits, Twilio.org
Meghan Nesbit is the Director of Nonprofit Market Development at Twilio.org, working with mission-driven organizations to increase their impact through communications technology. Meghan's background spans nonprofits, corporate philanthropy, and tech start-ups with repeated success applying market-driven solutions to bring more robust technology to the global nonprofit sector. Meghan's most important education has come from her colleagues... Read More →
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Steve Schwartz

Social Impact Marketing Manager, Tableau Software
Steve Schwartz is the marketing manager for Tableau Software’s social impact efforts, including the Tableau Foundation’s efforts to encourage the use of facts and analytical reasoning to help solve the world’s problems. As Tableau Foundation’s partners develop new ways of doing good with data, Steve and the social impact team help share what we are learning with the world.Steve is also a cofounder of Upaya Social Ventures... Read More →


Wednesday March 22, 2017 10:30am - 10:45am
CL2 - Crane Beach Tech Talk 1200 Crittenden Lane, Mountain View, CA 94303

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