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by Allie Burns
Yesterday, the Case Foundation had the pleasure of co-hosting the Civic Innovators Forum, a day-long event with the National Conference on Citizenship (NCoC), the Philanthropy for Active Civic Engagement (PACE) and Splashlife, exploring the role of...
Next in our lineup of video interview recaps from the public-private strategy session with the White House on promoting innovation through prizes, challenges and open grantmaking, is with Sonal Shah, Director of the Office of Social Innovation...
Next in our lineup of video interview recaps from the public-private strategy session with the White House on promoting innovation through prizes, challenges and open grantmaking, is with Aneesh Chopra, the first Chief Technology Officer of the...
On April 30th, we co-hosted a public-private strategy session with the White House on driving innovation and civic dialogue through the use of prizes, challenges and open grantmaking. The conference was a great success with lively discussions and...
by The Case Foundation
Behind the Scenes at the Millennial Donor Summit featuring Barbara Bush, Geoff Livingston and Erica Williams
Case Foundation Chairman Steve Case reflects on recent meetings with President Obama for the President's Council on Jobs and Competitiveness and with Commerce Secretary Gary Locke and the National Advisory Council on Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
This year more than 100 companies and organizations exhibited at the Nonprofit Technology Conference in Washington, DC. This marketplace of ideas is an opportunity for conference attendees and the public to connect with those who offer innovative...
Live from TED Long Beach 2011, Case Foundation SVP Erich Broksas speaks with TED Fellow Adrian Hong about the Pegasus Project and the role technology can play in opening up societies, and also with TED Fellow Isabel Behncke Izquierdo about Bonobos,...
Founding boardmember and chair of the Startup America Partnership, Steve Case, introduces the initiative and calls on the country to share its ideas about how to start up America.
Clothing designer and entrepreneur Marc Ecko of Ecko Unlimited talks about the early days of painting t-shirts in his garage and how those moments shaped his vision for his success.
AOL co-founder and Startup America Partnership Chairman Steve Case tells about his early days at AOL and how he came to build his vision of an interactive world.
WhatGives?! asks Claire Diaz Ortiz of Twitter to explain the platform and its strengths for those still confused by the fuss surrounding the micro-blogging platform.
WhatGives?! asks Judy Chang of PayPal about the impact of micro-transactions for nonprofits. Micro-transactions have the power to democratize the fundraising field, she tells us.
Beth Kanter of Zoetica explains how online contests can create value for nonprofits at BlogWorld 2010.
Heather Meeker of Whrrl and Douglas Plank of Mobilecause talk about turning online interest into offline action at BlogWorld 2010's panel on Mobil Apps and Social Good.
BlogWorld 2010 panel on Mobile Apps and Social Good hears from Douglas Plank of Mobilecause how fundraisers can maintain relationships with their mobile donors.
Jessica Kirkwood of the Hands on Network and Points of Light Institute discusses mobilizing volunteers in the social space at BlogWorld 2010
BlogWorld 2010 brings you a panel on Crowdsourced Campaigns for Causes: Benefitting Social Good or Just Social? Tune in for best practice recommendations for running a crowdfunding competition from Beth Kanter of Zoetica Media.
The Case Foundation asks honored civic innovators John Bridgeland, Ami Dar, Stan Litow, Shirley Sagawa, Decker Ngongang, Bev Godwin and Lisa Sharon Harper "what will it take to start a BIG citizenship revolution?" at the 2010 Civic Innovators Forum.
Aneesh Chopra, the first Chief Technology Officer of the United States, discusses his office and the government's interests in and obstacles to running prizes, competitions and open-grants to spur innovation.
Rob McEwen of Goldcorp and Jim Bennett, formerly of Netflix, discuss the attitude and skills necessary to run a prize and challenge approach to innovation and its payoff to each of their respective companies in the past.
Beth Noveck, director of President Obama's Open Government initiative, and James Shelton, Assistant Deputy Secretary for Innovation and Improvement, discuss open government and transparency.
Sonal Shah, Director of the White House Office of Social Innovation and Civic Participation, and Jonathan Bays, consultant in McKinsey & Company’s Social Sector Office, discuss how prizes might work in government.
Bonin Bough, Global Director of Digital and Social Media at PepsiCo and Max Schorr, team member at GOOD, discuss the Pepsi Refresh project.
Peter Diamandis, Chairman and CEO of the X Prize Foundation, and Tom Kalil, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and National Economic Council, talk about the President’s aspirations for the prize and challenges model of innovation as...
Keisha McCoy-Wilson, winner of the Change Begins With Me, shares footage shot during her volunteer-vacation to rebuild New Orleans.
Change Begins With Me winner Gerald Jiminez and his girlfriend Melody attend the 2009 inauguration of President Obama, cataloging the event with a video camera. Join them and get a front row seat to the historic event.