Slalom skilled volunteers will conduct a technology assessment and make recommendations for improvement for United Way of Central Carolinas.
The United Way of Central Carolinas fights for the education, health and financial stability of every person in our community. Their work includes Unite Charlotte, United Neighborhoods, Impact Grants, and support of community partners that provide basic needs, financial stability, education and health. They serve our families, friends and neighbors in need throughout five counties in the Charlotte region – Anson, Cabarrus, Charlotte/Mecklenburg, Mooresville/Lake Norman and Union.
As United Way of Central Carolinas, continues to grow and evolve their programs and strategy to meet community needs, the leadership team recognizes it would be an ideal opportunity to assess and evaluate their organization’s technology landscape and identify opportunities to support this transformation. The scope of this project includes a technology assessment of the organization’s current infrastructure, operations, and security as well as technology policies. The outcome will be a comprehensive technology plan and roadmap that will help to move the organization forward.
Nonprofit Team: Bob Young, Janice Hannigan, Cassie Boesch, Kendra Green, Adelaide Martin
Slalom Team: Maddie Izard, Hannah Holub, Dan Putt, Parikosh Durairaj, Justin O’Connor, Daniel Edwards, Shreyas Vakil, Lewis Collier, Hannah Reitzel Rivera, Rodney Pressley