Tech Driving You Crazy?

We help nonprofits drive their tech!

Imagine your team working seamlessly with the right technology,
maximizing your mission's reach. Digital Driver's Ed® empowers you to make it happen. Our comprehensive course provides the knowledge, tools, and community to unlock your organization's full potential.

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Tech got you on a "One-way" street to nowhere?

Get off & shift gears with Digital Driver's Ed®!

Feeling stuck with frustrating tech like One Valley Community Foundation? Bridget & Jennifer found their solution in our online course. Watch their story and see how you can unlock your team's potential. Ditch the tech tantrums and enroll today!

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Nonprofits, Associations, Agencies, Platforms, Professionals Everywhere

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This provides a specific framework and methodology for proactively addressing questions and problems that arise at the intersection of humans and technology.
Duncan McGovern
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I met Tim in a digital conference in a brain date while I was deep in the middle of trying to figure out how to "simplify" our organization's digital systems. I was drawn to join the conversation because it was highlighting the emotions involved when working with people and technology which was something that I had always felt while trying to support people using systems but never had the words for nor heard others talking about.
Alexandra Theroux
Operations Manager
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Hey there Tim…greetings from NetHope in Baltimore! I just wanted to reach out personally because you were the talk at dinner last night after your session yesterday….many tech leaders were very intrigued, impressed, and curious to know more after you spoke. Congrats!
Sterrin Bird
Senior Director, Nonprofit Industry Advisor
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What Is The Human Stack?

When we approach technology with a sense of belonging instead of binary 1's and 0's, we see entirely different results. That is why we created the human stack, and since you are human, you fit right in!

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Tech is hard and always changing, but you don't have to feel alone. If you have found yourself managing tools at your nonprofit, or that's your full-time job, our community connects you with other professionals to help with pretty much anything tech-related.

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Nonprofit Academy

Nonprofits are investing a lot in technology, but learning how to manage those tools is completely lost. Our courses help admins, accidental techies, and tech professionals succeed with the tools they already have.

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Digital Health

Ever wonder how your nonprofit stacks up in terms of digital health? We have free tools and paid services to help you understand where you are today and determine where you can be tomorrow.

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Advising Services

Sometimes, all you need is an expert on your side, and we've got you covered. Tim Lockie has been in nonprofits and tech for over 20 years. You won't have to doubt your next decisions with our advising services.

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An Aha Moment

90% of organizations collect data, but only 5% use data to make all decisions*. That means, more than likely, the problem isn't your technology; it's your people. The Human Stack is more than just a company; it is an ethos that solves technology problems through human-centered methods and mindsets for professionals, teams, and organizations ready to invest in their digital transformation.

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We have heard it all, and we are here to help.