Fireside Chat: How Culture Can Eat Your Nonprofit Technology Strategy for Breakfast (Video)
Fireside Chat: How Culture Can Eat your Nonprofit Technology Strategy for Breakfast
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Jami is a Client Engagement Leader at Chapman & Co. and Kyle serves as the Chief Information Officer (CIO) of the Lymphoma Research Foundation. They discuss the intentional efforts, large and small, that organizations can do to align culture, organizational strategy, and technology strategy.
Bring the beverage of your choice to ring in 2021 with this video, holding not only renewed optimism, but new insights. Some of the best conversations are inspired by sitting around the fire and thinking of possibilities and visions large and small.
As with all our webinars, this presentation is appropriate for an audience of varied IT experience. And Build is scrupulously vendor-agnostic—this fireside chat explores many ways to create culture that aligns with technology strategy, so your project won’t be eaten for breakfast.
Kyle Haines co-founded Build Consulting in 2015, after working in and with nonprofit organizations to improve their development operations and technology for over 20 years. Kyle’s consulting work at Build touches all nonprofit operational areas—but has a strong focus on using technology to enhance constituent experiences, which leads to improved fundraising and greater mission impact.
Kyle has served as interim CIO for several organizations, where he enjoys tackling deep-seated challenges. Internally, Kyle leads our efforts to create and maintain a strong corporate culture in which staff can grow and flourish.
Kyle Haines’ entire career has been working with nonprofits, and that gives him a unique perspective on what it takes for an organization, at the deepest cultural levels, to have long and fruitful relationships with both donors and program beneficiaries.
Once described as, “The person in the room with the most best friends,” Jami Dix is a Client Engagement Leader at Chapman & Co. Jami plays a dynamic role leading people, facilitating and developing new content, most recently on diversity and inclusion. Motivated by people and connection, Jami’s role allows her to leave work energized. When asked about leadership, Jami’s response is that “Leadership can be found in everyday, simple moments. You don’t have to have a title to be a leader, you just have to make the choice.”
Jami is a certified coach with experience in leadership, development and consulting. Jami has a Bachelor of Science in Education from The University of Kansas.