The Field Museum (Chicago)
The Field Museum in Chicago is one of the world's great museums of science and has spent more than 120 years in the pursuit of scientific knowledge. The Field Museum hosts up to two million visitors every year, many come to visit SUE, the largest, most complete and best-preserved Tyrannosaurus rex ever discovered. The Field Museum maintains a collection of over 24 million specimens and objects.
The Council on Foundations, in Washington D.C. is formed of approximately 1,600 independent, operating, community, public and corporate foundations in the United States and abroad. The Council represents organizations with combined assets of nearly $300 billion and almost $20 billion in giving. The Council is the voice for philanthropy and delivers information, networking and professional development opportunities for foundations.
TechSoup Global with over 200 employees and an annual operating budget of $30 million is based in San Francisco and operates in Africa, the Americas, Asia, and Europe through a network of independent capacity-building NGOs. TechSoup Global helps domestic and international nonprofits get and use technology to heighten their impact. TechSoup Global also helps companies and foundations optimize their philanthropic impact.
Financial Services Roundtable (FSR) in Washington D.C. is the leading advocacy organization for America’s financial services industry. Members include the leading banking, insurance, asset management, finance and credit card companies in America. FSR is driven at the CEO level and helps its members see around the curve, understand policies and regulations and provides a unique and influential voice in Washington.
The US Business Leadership Network® (USBLN®) is a national non-profit that helps business drive performance by leveraging disability inclusion in the workplace, supply chain, and marketplace. The USBLN® serves as the collective voice of nearly 50 Business Leadership Network affiliates across the United States, representing over 5,000 businesses. Critical Blink helped USBLN identify strategies for using technology to create greater efficiencies in their internal operations.
GIRL SCOUTS OF GREATER CHICAGO AND NORTHWEST INDIANIA
Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana is one of the largest Girl Scout councils nationwide. With a membership of over 70,000 girls and adult volunteers, five offices, multiple camps and retail shops (brick and mortar, online and mobile vans), the complexity of their technology infrastructure vastly outpaced their small in-house IT team. Critical Blink worked with the CEO and executive leadership to assess their people, products and procedures, built the capacity of their internal IT team and delivered a strategic plan and multi-year IT Roadmap.