Posts Tagged: Goodie Hack

Spending The Rest of 2016 in Atlanta Focusing on Gentrification Financial Inclusion

The last 12 months have been marked by tremendous growth for Amplify 4 Good. After working with both companies and communities relative to social impact, we’ve evolved into two distinct organizations: Amplify 4 Good (focuses on companies) and Goodie Nation (focuses on under-served communities). They’re part of my efforts to have a positive impact on …

Goodie Hack [EDU] Atlanta x March 2016 Recap: Heroes Create Solutions to Improve Math and Reading Skills in Low-Performing K-12 Schools

Mission Accomplished During the span of five intense days, everyday heroes and heroines from the Atlanta community assembled  to improve problems in K-12 education among its low-performing schools.  Celebrating Goodie Hack’s 2nd year in building technology with underserved communities, on Wednesday, March 9, Goodie Nation emerged as a new brand and unveiled solutions via “Goodie …

Goodie Ideation EDU Recap: High-Impact Ways To Improve Math + Reading Skills in Low Performing K-12 Schools

  Our Mission Amidst the hustle and bustle of a busy day in Atlanta’s Ponce City Market, Goodie Nation hosted the inaugural Goodie Ideation session for 2016 at General Assembly with a focus on developing ideas to solve problems in local education. Attendees were taught how to formulate effective ideas for social impact while also …

Goodie Ideation [Saturday] + Goodie Hack [March 4]: Improving Math/Reading Skills In Low Performing Schools

Introducing our new process to solve problems in under-served communities: Goodie Innovation. It’s made up of three events (Ideation, Hack, & Marketing) and one program which ties them together. This Goodie Innovation cycle focuses on high-impact ways, using technology to improve math and reading skills of 5,000+ students in low performing schools by 2017. The …

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