60 minute session | IT

A little privacy, please? Diving into data privacy

Does your nonprofit collect personal information or potentially sensitive data from clients or staff? Are you aware of recent legislation making it more important than ever to protect your data and your systems?

In this privacy primer for nonprofits you will learn about:

  • Fundamental principles of data privacy
  • How privacy legislation impacts your nonprofit organization
  • Common data privacy and ethics questions when establishing a data management program
  • How cybersecurity and data privacy go hand in hand

First learning outcome

Fundamental principles of data privacy

Second learning outcome

How privacy legislation impacts your nonprofit organization

Third learning outcome

Common data privacy and ethics questions when establishing a data management program


Justin Brown
Justin Brown

Marketing Manager

RoundTable Technology

Justin had a roundabout path to choosing marketing as his calling, starting out studying anthropology and archaeology in university, he ended up finding his passion in digital marketing and the puzzles that come with it. He comes to RoundTable with 5+ years of marketing knowledge, a can-do attitude, and an extremely "geeky" sense of what's cool about marketing. Don't get him started on workflows and email journeys. Outside of work Justin enjoys reading, bodybuilding, motorcycles, video games, and hanging with his super cool wife and two pups.
Kim Snyder
Kim Snyder

VP of Data Strategy

RoundTable Technology

Kim has over 20 years of experience with data systems, business analysis and change management, not to mention accolades as an Agile Coach, a certified PMP (Project Management Professional) and a ACP (Agile Certified Professional). Kim has recently completed the CIPP/US certification as an Information Privacy Professional.Kim is definitely a people person. She’s all about communication and she acts as the conscience of RoundTable Technology, making sure we complete projects, meet deadlines and exceed the expectations of our customers each and every time.
Destiny Bowers
Destiny Bowers

vCISO | Cloud Services

RoundTable Technology

Destiny has two decades of IT experience across a wide range of projects and platforms, she's helped organizations large and small, nonprofit and for-profit, cloud-loving and cloud-phobic to select and implement technology that helps them succeed. She helps hundreds of nonprofits stay informed about cybersecurity awareness training and best practices, as well as providing high-level strategic services to improve their technological efficiency and security. As the workforce continues to increase its distribution around the globe and with the rising popularity of remote work, Destiny is a transformational thinker when it comes to cloud services for today's hybrid or fully-remote workforce.
Andy Mincey
Andy Mincey

System Administrator

I am a clinician turned developer with more than several years of experience in Database Management, Salesforce Development, and Nonprofit Process Mapping. I have over 9 years of experience translating the nonprofit need into technical reality, focusing on a streamlined process and understanding of the staff need and core functionality.

Session format

60-minute session

Session location

In Denver

Date and time

April 13, 2023

10:45 am-11:45 am MT

Who should attend?

Data owners, IT decision-makers, anyone who collects or uses personal information
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