Webinar: Impact of the Cambridge Analytica & Facebook Scandal on NonProfits, Donors, and Advocates
The information of as many as 80 million Americans was gathered by Cambridge Analytica via Facebook. That’s data on donors and advocates who posted support on nonprofit Facebook sites that was used without the knowledge or consent of anyone.
Does what Facebook know about your donors – and the use of that data without you knowing about it – damage an organization reputation? Here’s what you can do about it.
During this 60-minute webinar, experts will give you:
- Top ways to protection your organization’s relationships
- How to limit what information is available about your donors and advocates
- How you can safely raise money and advocate on social media
About the presenters
Julia Rhodes Davis - Managing Director, Capital & Growth (Datakind.org)
Julia Rhodes Davis joined DataKind as managing director in fall 2015 and leads efforts for company growth and sustainability, including building an ecosystem of individuals and institutions working to leverage the power of predictive technology for the greater good. Before joining DataKind, Julia was a partner at Citizen Engagement Laboratory, an incubator and accelerator for tech-fueled social impact startups. Earlier in her career, she founded Production Collective, a New York-based social change consultancy that served organizations across the nonprofit sector. I In 2012, in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, Julia launched resilience efforts in Brooklyn, NY and served on Gov. Cuomo’s New York Rising Reconstruction Program. Julia is currently on the board of Vote.org, an organization that builds technology that makes it easier to vote. When Julia’s not working with amazing change makers, she’s cooking, running or helping someone start a new project.
Ryan Baillargeon - Founder/CEO (Grassriots)
Grassriot is a digital agency supporting the progressive, social-profit sector in advocacy, digital marketing, technology, and fundraising. Grassriots has become a leader in the practice of social listening and analytics, helping organizations mine insights to support their mission, and as a tool to confront political and corporate corruption. Ryan has led digital strategy for numerous campaigns with issues ranging from cancer control, modern slavery, wildlife protection, and climate justice. In 2011, he helped launch Leadnow, Canada’s first digitally-empowered progressive advocacy group. At Leadnow, Ryan designed and developed tools that helped mobilize hundreds of thousands to rally in support of climate justice, electoral reform, the rights of Indigenous peoples, and other progressive causes. Ryan launched Grassriots with a mission to challenge organizations to embrace digital transformation and learn to access the human capital potential of their supporters to drive social change.
Paul Clolery - VP and Editorial Director (NPT Publishing Group)
Paul Clolery is vice president and editorial director of NPT Publishing Group in Morris Plains, N.J., which publishes The NonProfit Times and the magazine Exempt. He also has oversight responsibilities for the editorial content The NonProfit Times Online, the e-letters NPT Weekly, NPT Instant Fundraising, Exempt, NPT TechnoBuzz and NPTJobs.