Vermont Nonprofits Take Up Responsible Digital Data Practices
Lucy Bernholz is serious about data rights and responsibilities. Digital Civil Society Chief at Stanford’s Center on Philanthropy, she travelled to Vermont mid-May to meet with 100 nonprofit leaders across Vermont (Burlington, Montpelier and Brattleboro). The arts, community development, libraries, coders, human services folks wanted to learn how to better handle sensitive data, figure out the pros and cons of Google for Nonprofits, and improve their archival management.
CCTV and Common Good Vermont thank the Vermont Community Foundation, A.D. Henderson Foundation, Fairpoint, Channel 17/ Town Meeting TV, Lucy Bernholz, and Stanford’s Digital Civil Society Lab for this well-recieved workshop series to help the social sector manage and govern its data. Common Good Vermont will continue to post material on this subject. (Send us what you’ve got!)