Join us for a thought-provoking webinar on the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) and its significance in shaping digital infrastructure and enhancing equitable outcomes for the social sector.
In this session, speakers from the philanthropic sector will discuss how the power of AI and generative AI systems are transforming how social sector practitioners and foundations are doing their work and achieving their missions. This session is geared toward philanthropic leaders in decision-making roles involved in high-level strategy, organizational effectiveness, grantmaking, or operations. If you're looking to more effectively drive the future of philanthropy through innovation, ethical practices, and compassion, this webinar is for you.
Sarah Di Troia
Project Evident, Senior Advisor
Sarah Di Troia has over thirty years of experience as a grantmaker, strategic advisor, coach and nonprofit executive. This experience fuels an approach integrating market and stakeholder insights with executive coaching to support organizations, teams and individuals to realize new opportunities. At Project Evident, Sarah has focused on AI for the last three years to enhance equitable outcomes and help practitioners and grantmakers understand, innovate, and implement AI. Before becoming a Senior Advisor to Project Evident, she was the Chief Operating Officer of Health Leads. She led the doubling of impact, developed new earned revenue streams and positioned Health Leads for a successful $30 million capital raise to fuel further growth. Before Health Leads, Sarah was Managing Partner at New Profit. She led investment selection and launched the Pathways Fund, a $50M fund focused on addressing youth development and school support issues.
Chantal E. Forster
Technology Association of Grantmakers, Executive Director
Chantal E. Forster is the executive director of the Technology Association of Grantmakers (TAG). For over 20 years, Chantal has worked at the nexus of people, data, and technology, leading organizations toward greater collaboration, innovation, and impact. Her career spans the private, public, and social sectors where Chantal has developed a unique ability to build cross-sector technology initiatives that serve the common good. Through her work with TAG, Chantal has become a voice for philanthropic investment in data and technology infrastructure as well as an advocate for centering philanthropy on the "nonprofit experience" to address inequity and measurably advance outcomes.