[Podcast] Accelerating Performance for Social Good with Root Cause Founder Andrew Wolk

September 21, 2016 Jamie Serino

The Champions for Social Good Podcast, hosted by Jamie Serino, Director of Marketing at MicroEdge + Blackbaud, brings together thought leaders and practitioners to share key learnings and inspire change to further the social good movement.

In part one of our interview with Andrew Wolk, we discuss how the confluence of public service and business inspired him to found Root Cause – an organization with a vision to accelerate performance for social impact. Andrew talks about focusing partnerships to leverage more out of the resources deployed for social change through building results-oriented cultures and shifting to evidence-based decision making. Andrew goes into detail regarding how Root Cause uses data and evidence to improve grantmaking, outcomes, and ultimately people’s lives, at a faster, smarter and greater scale.

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In part two of our interview, Andrew Wolk continues his discussion on impact measurement and how Root Cause is introducing evidence-based approaches in their partnerships. Andrew talks about how Root Cause’s organizational assessment tools are helping to improve their partners’ performance and accelerating social impact. We discuss how this type of measurement is becoming the new norm across organizations today and can help organizations strengthen their capacity for giving and helping others. 

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About the Author

Jamie Serino

As Director of Marketing at MicroEdge + Blackbaud, Jamie Serino is responsible for driving market leadership, demand generation, branding, strategic events and communications for the Foundations & Corporate Markets group. For more than 15 years, Jamie has developed and led transformational marketing and communication strategies in both B-to-B and B-to-C technology industries including financial services, network security, CRM, Internet telephony and HR/Recruiting technology. Jamie began his career working with nonprofit organizations that served people with developmental disorders and mental illness. In addition, he has helped nonprofit organizations promote causes related to disaster preparedness, pediatric cancer, clean energy and ocean conservation. Jamie holds a B.A. in Psychology from Binghamton University.

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