Apparo kicks-off new partnership with the Knight Foundation to build technology foundations for local arts and cultural organizations, so that they can work more efficiently to enrich life in our communities.
Apparo is partnering with the Knight Foundation to provide technology support and education to arts and cultural organizations participating in their new Art + Tech Expansion Fund cohort program. We are providing:
- Technology Baseline Assessment – High-level survey of current systems, processes and opportunities
- Tech Therapy Consulting – A detailed review and analysis of current tech challenges and exploration of both short and long-term solutions.
- Digital Marketing – Education content focused on maximizing website, email and social media.
- Cybersecurity – Training scorecard and resources for each participant to better understand their inherent risk and opportunities for stronger compliance.
Additionally, Apparo will match each grantee with a technology mentor for up to 10 hours of individual tech guidance and advice.
- Kim Alexander, Our Daily Bread Foundation
- Megan Gonzalez, OBRA Collective
- Tim Miner and Matt Olin, Charlotte is Creative
- Tre’ McGriff, CineOdyssey Film Festival
- Eric Mullins
- Mark Pendergrass, Creating Exposure Through the Arts
- Tommy Nichols, Charlotte Black Film Festival/Collective
- Jim Foley, Retired
- Tim Guerry, Retired
- Tarik Haniff, Sealed Air
- Ben Inkrott, Sunbelt Rentals
- Avery Kellam, Lowe’s
- Lesley McKendrick, T-Mobile
- Alicia Melton, Hylaine
- Phillip Richards, Apex Systems
- Samuel Ty, Duke Energy
Learn more about partnering with Apparo and creating social good like this.