Frank Schott, Vice President of Global Programs at @NetHope_org is moderating a panel at this year’s Humanitarian ICT Forum that will focus on new generation corporate social responsibility (CSR) and the business case for private sector engagement with humanitarians. The panel will be made up of founding members of #ImpactCloud, a coalition of cloud technology companies and humanitarian organizations. They will also be exploring case studies of how technology is improving humanitarian operations, and empowering affected people in the field today and in the future. Panelists representing the member organizations of #ImpactCloud include Brian Breckenridge, CEO of @BoxHQ; Corey Marshall, Director of Splunk4Good at @Splunk; Meghan Nesbit, Director of nonprofits at @Twilio; and Steve Schwartz, Social Impact Marketing Manager at @Tableau.
Learn more and RSVP for this year’s Humanitarian ICT Forum at the event website.