Pamela is the Manager of NetSuite Social Impact at Oracle, overseeing distribution of NetSuite technology donations to nonprofits and social enterprises globally. In this role, Pam serves as the strategic partnership liaison to the Global NetSuite Nonprofit Industry Sales division. In 2017, Pamela and her team launched a series of Social Impact Tech Conversations, in efforts to empower nonprofit and social enterprise organizations to build their capacity to use technology.
With 10+ years in both corporate and nonprofit sectors, Pam has expertise in partnership cultivation, pilot programming and community engagement. Pamela served as a Director of Client Services & External Relations for a nonprofit healthcare startup in Philadelphia, as a Fundraising Campaign Manager for United Way, and spent 6 years managing an array of workforce development programs as Corporate Partnerships Manager at JEVS Human Services. Pam achieved great success managing the Department of Labor’s technology project developing an online Job Seekers Guide for the tri-state area and has worked across industries, including manufacturing, education, government, culinary arts, banking, and retail.
Pam is a Member of the Board of Governors for the Hugh O’Brian Youth (HOBY) Leadership organization, is an alumna of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) Glass Leadership Institute, and is a passionate volunteer. Pamela is a proud Penn State Alumna and was named a 2017 40 Under 40 Rising Star by New York Nonprofit Media and one of the Responsible 100 in CSR by City & State NY. Pamela was a founding member of NetSuite Women In NetSuite (WIN) NYC and is now chairperson of Oracle Women’s Leadership (OWL) NYC.
Dean is the head of Digital & Technical Innovation for StoryCorps, the national oral history project – one of the largest collections of human voices ever assembled – and popular NPR/PBS broadcast. His team designs and builds technologies to further StoryCorps’ mission of preserving and sharing the stories of everyday people in effort to make the world a more just and compassionate place – like StoryCorps’ $1M TED Prize initiative to build a mobile app and platform for anyone to record and archive oral history interviews permanently at the Library of Congress. He has served as Engineer in Residence at Google’s 30 Weeks startup incubator, a Visiting Fellow at Harvard’s Nieman Foundation for Journalism, a Knight Prototype awardee, and a two-time Google Fellow to the Personal Democracy Forum. His projects at StoryCorps have earned a Webby Nomination and three Honoree titles.
Before StoryCorps, Dean founded an academic publishing service company and a boutique web development house, and he served in a leadership and/or engineering role in companies across the aviation, financial services, legal, telecommunications and fashion industries. In his free time, Dean likes to surf, consult for startups, teach workshops, write music, design, code and work on civic technology projects.
Nate Heasley is the Founder and Executive Director of the All Good Work Foundation, which increases the effectiveness of social impact organizations and lowers the cost of innovation in the social sector by connecting grantees to donated office space, and providing a network of support and resources to make effective use of that space.
Prior to founding All Good Work, Nate alternated work in the fields of technology and nonprofit, and worked to bring those passions together with another organization he founded called Goodnik. Nate has a JD from Fordham University School of Law, where he was a Crowley Scholar in International Human Rights and Stein Scholar in Public Interest Law and Ethics. Nate earned his Bachelor’s Degree from St. John’s College in Annapolis, MD.