Consultant and Founder of Curio412
Carolyn Keller is a purpose-driven consultant with over a decade of experience providing strategic leadership within the social sector and corporate philanthropy in the Pittsburgh region. She was named one of Pittsburgh's 30 Under 30 by the Pittsburgh Business Times and Leadership Pittsburgh in 2019, and recognized by Allegheny County Council as a District 1 Difference Maker in 2021. She is the Founder of Curio412, an organizational development firm focused on impact management. With an enthusiasm for supporting those who give back to our community and region, Carolyn currently serves on the board of the Pittsburgh North Regional Chamber, as an adviser for the McCandless Northern Allegheny Heritage Center, and a community engagement organizer with Steel City UX Ladies. She holds a Master's degree from University College London.
Measuring and Managing Impact As a leader of an organization engaged in corporate philanthropy and charitable initiatives, you work hard to make a difference and want to give your organization the tools it needs to measure what matters. Knowing that you are making an impact when you are doing good helps you learn how you can make a bigger difference. Join us to explore the process of using data-driven decision making to plan, organize, and implement impact with a measurable outcome in mind. Participants will: