Marc Maxmeister is a PhD neuroscientist who helps coordinate the GlobalGiving Storytelling project, an experiment to provide all organizations with a richer, more complex view of the communities they serve. He is also part of our i-team, a group tasked with defining and measuring GlobalGiving’s impact on other organizations. He focuses on learning from experimentation. He was formerly a Peace Corps Volunteer in The Gambia and did a Fulbright research project around the impact of computers and the Internet on rural education in West Africa. He blogs at chewychunks.wordpress.com and is the author of several books, including "Ebola: Local Voices, Hard Facts" and "Trello for Project Management."
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