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20NTC Session
Sprint

Best Practices in Smart & Secure Data Collection

Description

The value of collecting and using data has been recognized in the nonprofit world, but the processes through which to do it are still an unknown to many. Study up on best practices in smart data collection that result in clean, accurate information and reports you can actually use, and that also take into consideration today’s growing data security and privacy requirements.

Attendees will:
Get a crash course in GDPR and other data privacy regulations

Find out how to update their forms and applications to be compliant

Learn how to organize your data to deliver the reports your team needs


Target Audience

Program managers

Tags

DataPrivacySecurity

Speakers

Melissa Greiner

Director of Marketing

WizeHive

Melissa is a journalist-turned-copywriter-turned marketer—while the job titles may have changed the goal has always been harnessing the power of the written word to share stories that engage, educate, and inspire. Melissa is the Director of Marketing at WizeHive, a cloud-based SaaS platform designed to streamline the collection, review, and awarding of applications for grants, scholarships, fellowships, and more. She spends her days helping nonprofits discover the power of smoother processes, more flexible workflows, and stronger data reporting on their impact, and eventually sharing their real-world, really-important success stories with the #nptech community.

Natalie Hirsch

Director of Solutions Architecture

WizeHive

Natalie is Director of Solutions Architecture at WizeHive, a Conshohocken-based software company. She enjoys wearing many hats in her role, which spans from high level customer-focused strategy to detail oriented feature definition. She also serves as the company’s Privacy Officer.

Her career spans various roles in technology and business, including founding a photobooth rental company, summer associate positions at multiple law firms, and working in the Technology Group at Chase Card Services.

Natalie earned a B.S. in computer science from Cornell University and a J.D. from Temple University School of Law. She lives in Blue Bell, PA with her husband, Matthew, sons Austin and Zachary, and goldendoodle Lexi.

Details

Room

337

Day

Wednesday
March 25, 2020

Time

1:00pm – 1:30pm

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