I conduct empirical and design research in human-computer interaction and computer supported cooperative work, with a focus on philanthropic informatics–an interdisciplinary research area exploring the role of information and communication technologies in supporting initiatives for the public good. This research takes philanthropic and nonprofit work as its unit of analysis, and traces its influences and impacts across myriad technologies, across individual and collective action, across sectors, and across hybrid and dynamic organizational and institutional forms. It draws from research conducted across academic disciplines with a goal of supporting philanthropic and nonprofit work wherever it can be nurtured and provoked.

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