A previous article in our Data by Design series started a conversation about the importance of nonprofits maintaining data integrity, which requires data to be complete, valid and accurate. In this article, we’ll expand on this topic, discussing in more detail the importance of reliably and consistently producing high-quality data, the challenges facing nonprofits committed to that goal and the role Social Solutions plays to help them. read more
Right now, sports fans are missing the live and televised events that amp up our culture each spring. There are only so many sports reruns you can watch – and it isn’t quite the same as experiencing the thrill of the game in the moment. But, while we may be missing the sports that keep us entertained, there is a much larger competition going on that should be capturing more attention: international education achievement. read more
We recently shared that seasoned community transformer and social impact strategist Darryl Byrd joined Social Solutions to lead our Impact Partners Program. But our announcement just scratched the surface of Darryl’s story and all the experience and vision he brings to our program which enables change-seekers to fund nonprofits’ access to real-time data and technology. Read on to get to know more about Darryl and his passion for helping people realize their dreams. read more
The Unicorn Opportunity with Social Solutions – A Conversation with Kristin Nimsger and Erin Mulligan Nelson
Today, Social Solutions announced that Erin Mulligan Nelson is joining us as CEO, taking the reins from Kristin Nimsger, who has been Social Solutions’ CEO since 2016. We spoke with Erin and Kristin about what this change means for each of them as executive leaders, for Social Solutions as a business, and for the change-making organizations we empower across the nonprofit and public sectors. Read on for the full conversation.
Previous posts in our Data by Design series have explored the many ways that nonprofits can use their data to improve their decision making, enhance their collaboration, and set the stage for long term growth. But you cannot do any of these things without first ensuring the data you collect can be trusted. To speak with confidence about your organization’s accomplishments, you need to maintain strong data integrity. read more