Michael Pirron, Founder and CEO of Impact Makers, sits down with Mike Hannigan, current investor and founder of…
Michael Pirron, Founder and CEO of Impact Makers, sits down with Jeffrey Hollender, CEO & Co-Founder of the…
From improved access to resources to creating job opportunities, transforming data management for charitable nonprofit can have a far-reaching impact.
Impact Makers Founder and CEO Michael Pirron is sitting down with Elisa Miller-Out, Managing Partner of Chloe Capital, a seed stage investment fund focused on women-led tech companies, to discuss how she became involved in the social enterprise and B-Corp space. They’ll cover her current programs and initiatives, as well as why diversity and inclusion remain integral parts of Chloe Capital’s mission.
Learn how Impact Makers helps organizations incorporate better, faster data science for data warehousing to provide the accurate, real-time analytics that deliver the most value to their business.
Impact Makers is thrilled to announce our achievement of Microsoft Gold Partner competency for Data Analytics. As our team grows, we have stayed committed…
One of the challenges in having discussions around diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) is in how deeply personal the conversations can be. The words “systemic racism”, “white supremacy”, “white privilege”, etc. carry a lot of weight. It is easy to become defensive; I know I have at times. But in order to engage in discussions around race, I need to not take things personally. As a white male, I need to understand that society is not trying to punish or blame me.
Years ago, a mentor of mine gave me some much-needed coaching at a time when I was feeling a bit overwhelmed, and unsure on how best to proceed. “All you can do is take what you think is the next right step. Just a step. If it turns out to be a misstep, you’re only one step in, and that’s easy to course-correct.”
At Impact Makers, we recognize that our actions alone will not address the systemic issues of racial injustice, but we also know we each must be participants in this movement in order to activate change. What is happening is a collective call to action and below are a few ways we can each independently promote equity and work towards a more fair and just world.