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TiHS Episode 37: Charles Buchanan – overcoming technology poverty

Welcome to episode 37 of the Technology in Human Services podcast. In this episode I speak with Charles Buchanan. We discussed what technology poverty is and then took a deep dive into cybersecurity and the pressing need for nonprofits to get Enterprise Risk Management right.

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TiHS Episode 36: Alexander Lapa – how you can use a CRM to further your work

Welcome to episode 36 of the Technology in Human Services podcast. In this episode I speak with Alexander Lapa. You’ve heard about CRMs (Customer or Constituent Management Systems). You may have one at your organization. But few of us use them to their full potential. If you’re interested but unsure about the place a CRM can fit into your work, I think you’ll find this a useful and practical conversation.

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TiHS Episode 35: Meenakshi Das – on building human-centric AI

Welcome to episode 35 of the Technology in Human Services podcast. In this episode I speak with Meenakshi (Meena) Das. Meena is working on a number of interesting areas around nonprofit technology, but what I wanted to focus on in this conversation is her work around Human-Centric AI.

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TiHS Episode 34: Tim Lockie – people before technology

Welcome to episode 34 of the Technology in Human Services podcast. In this episode I speak with Tim Lockie. Tim has developed a new way to ensure that nonprofits factor people in their technology plans and that’s what we talk about in this conversation, along with a healthy dose of how and why you should become better at making decisions with your own data.

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TiHS Episode 33: Miyuki Fukuma – digital services must be accessible

Welcome to episode 33 of the Technology in Human Services podcast. In this episode I speak with Miyuki Fukuma about sector technology development, the need for tech human resources in our sector and how we can actually afford those positions, technology sustainability that impacts how technology is funded, digital communication, and a good chunk of time on accessibility.

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TiHS Episode 27: Somerset West Community Health Centre – digital equity & virtual care

Welcome to episode 27 of the Technology in Human Services podcast. In this episode, I’m chatting with a few folks from the Somerset West Community Health Centre in Ottawa about their experiences with digital equity and virtual care. On the line with me are Sue Merrill, Manager of Quality Improvement, Planning and Evaluation, Lisa Vadeboncoeur, Digital Equity and Virtual Progamming Project Assistant, Magda Osman, Community Health Promoter.