The February 23rd issue of the Chronicle of Philanthropy has a great section on Technology for Good. They highlight people who are using technology and/or social media in creative way to solve problems. I was especially intrigued by:
John Nesbit and Medic Mobile - he created a mobile phone app that helps improve health care in poor regions in Africa and Asia (in places, for example, where some health workers spent days walking between patients and doctors to convey information).
Rebecca Manson and All Hands Volunteers - she started a nonprofit that uses social networking sites, cloud storage, and more than 200 volunteers to help restore personal photos that were damaged and nearly destroyed during last year's tsunami in Japan.
Monday, February 27, 2012
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
It's the business plan for the rest of us!
I'm once again honored to be highlighted on the Right Brain Business Plan web site.
I created my Right Brain Business Plan this year (bottom) on the beaches of Tulum, Mexico.
Last year's plan was "hatched" in Moorea, French Polynesia, a.k.a. Tahiti (top).
I think Jennifer Lee is a genius and has created an amazing resource. You should check it out!
Posted by Lauren at 7:57 PM