This is a conference about technology but what brings us all together is our passion for creating change. It’s a place for the data nerds, technologists, leaders, doers, and analysts; people who are passionate about social change and are using technology to achieve it. It is a celebration of the ways data, technology, and design can come together to solve social problems.
This event is coming at an important moment in the sector. Momentum around technology has been building and we are seeing more organizations push beyond the basic uses of technology to track donors and constituents, to a place where they are using technology to intermediate and improve their interventions. Good Tech Fest is a community building event for the organizations around the world that see the potential for technology, in the hands of front-line practitioners, to change the world.
Get Involved at Good Tech Fest 2020
You can apply to present, host an event, or contribute to Good Tech Fest 2020 in any way you can come up with here. We are looking for workshop presenters, keynote speakers, demos, and more. Our application is easy.
We are looking for people to join the Good Tech Fest 2020 organizing committee. These folks help us stay honest, plan the agenda, identify speakers and topics, and help spread the word. If you are interested in joining us, click below!
Good Tech Fest brings together people from nonprofits, foundations, government, social enterprises, and technology companies who are interested in learning & sharing about how technology and data can be used to drive social impact. We have everyone from CEOs and Executive Directors to program managers and product developers. If you care about social impact and nerd out about data and technology, Good Tech Fest is for you!
What kinds of sessions are at Good Tech Fest?
Our workshops are designed to build your technical and strategic skillset. We will have everything from product management to data science to how philanthropic funders can invest in technology. Our speakers are practitioners that are doing the actual work not just conference circuit riders.