Equitable AI

How Your Organization Can Harness AI for More Equitable Outcomes

Machine learning? Artificial intelligence? What are these new technologies and how can they support your work? Join us in March for a series of free offerings designed to help social and education sector organizations better understand how AI can support stronger and more equitable outcomes for students and communities.

Master Class: Preparing Your Nonprofit for Artificial Intelligence

Like the adoption of any new technology, nonprofits need to have a solid foundation before planning AI pilots. In this two-part master class, we will cover four key elements your organization needs to have in place before you begin AI planning: design justice and equity, strategic purpose, knowledge and skills, and technology and system design.  

This master class is intended for established organizations that are interested in piloting AI in the future. As the class touches on all aspects of an organization’s preparation (not just data and technology), it is recommended for senior leadership.

Part 1: Wednesday, March 22, 3:00PM – 4:30PM ET
Part 2: Wednesday, March 29, 3:00PM – 4:30PM ET

AI 101 for Nonprofits

Machine learning? Artificial intelligence? What are these new technologies and how can they support your work? In this introduction to the basics of artificial intelligence with Senior Strategic Advisor Sarah Di Troia, learn how nonprofits are beginning to use new tools to increase efficiency, drive research and development, and accelerate equity and accessibility. We’ll also address concerns about bias, misuse, and perceived barriers around funding and talent.

Thursday, March 30, 3:00PM – 4:00 PM ET

About the Presenter
Sarah Di Troia, Senior Strategic Advisor

Sarah Di Troia is an expert in crafting strategy and operations to drive high growth in nonprofit and for-profit organizations. Her experience as an investor, advisor, and leader fuels an approach that integrates market insights with the internal change management necessary to realize new opportunities. Sarah is known for teasing order out of the creative chaos of growth and innovation. Prior to joining Project Evident as a Senior Advisor, Sarah was Chief Operating Officer at Health Leads and a Managing Partner at New Profit, Inc. She earned her MBA from Harvard Business School.

Sarah Di Troia headshot