NetSquared is focused on the intersection of technology and social impact. They create opportunities for all those involved in creating change to connect: whether you are a nonprofit or a foundation, a designer or a developer, a changemaker or an entrepreneur.
A regional* arts service organization with nearly 35 years of history, Alternate ROOTS is an invaluable national resource to artists, organizers and cultural workers. As a visible champion of activist artists, ROOTS is looked to for leadership particularly in the Southern United States, where it provides the most direct services to its members. Alternate ROOTS provides the connective tissue for a distinct segment of the arts and culture field - artists who have a commitment to making work in, with, by, for and about their communities, and those whose cultural work strives for social justice.
The Southern Center for Human Rights is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing human rights into death row and the prison industrial complex. They are a group of hard-working attorneys and staff that are actively pursuing the injustices created by incarceration. They needed a secure website database in which a remote staff of lawyers could enter information about their case, enter research and publications, share documents and calendars, schedule different rooms for meetings and allow investigators and lawyers to schedule use of the company cars. The secure site exists as a sub-domain of their website. The website was also redeveloped and designed to take donations, process event registrations, and share documents and case information with their users.
Bioneers is an organizations that hosts an enourmous series of conferences every year around the United States, and they needed a full-service organizational database for keeping track of their memberships, orders, donors and networking, as well an events management platform. The project also included the development of CiviNode.
As a leading volunteer and member of the Information Communications Technology committee and a National Planning Committee liason, jellobrain project managed and coordinated the configuration of the Content Management System (drupal) and the registration systems used at the forum.
The Center for Pattern Literacy is a consortium of educators, researchers, and designers who use permacultural tools to develop sustainable solutions and strategies in a wide variety of fields. Their mission is to help the public, as well as design professionals, businesses, teachers, and policy-makers adopt and promote practices that are socially, economically, and environmentally responsible. We provide information, speakers, trainings, courses, and workshops to achieve these goals.
We managed the conversion from a legacy Access database to an Oracle system, and also queried both systems for the generation of matriculation reports.
Because jellobrain believes in civic involvement and volunteerism, we have become the ad hoc volunteer Database Administrators for the Taskforce. As such, we are in the process of revamping and customizing their constituent Intake system to better manage intakes and generate reports for outcomes, assessment, and towards grant writing.
Designed and implemented a database to keep track of their members, their mailing lists, and their workshop/class registration and enrollment. Also served on their Board.
They are a jewelry beads wholesaler and retailer. I consulted with them regarding their needs for an inventory system coordinated with their website, and implemented a solution for them involving a bar code scanned for inventory management.
Created a database system for them to keep track of their food producers and to better manage their stakeholders.
Managed website data management matriculation system for small vocational arts program focussed on sustainability and ecological design.
Managed data management for a small non-profit focused on sustainable building systems. Created data system for management of a concert event held on their grounds.
Created database system for keeping track of clients, inventory and purchasing for a homeless shelter for girls in Portland, OR.