Taylor Braun-Dorrell works on building partnerships with organisations that can benefit from Elva’s platform. At Point 3.0 conference she will talk about connection of technology and civil society, especially how Elva platform enhances advocacy efforts.
She is currently focusing on launching new projects with election monitoring groups worldwide to enhance their efforts in upcoming elections. Prior to joining Elva, Taylor worked with local NGOs in Georgia and Jerusalem and as a freelance researcher covering a wide range of topics from funding transparency to social entrepreneurship. She is always interested in finding innovative ways to solve problems, and hopes to strengthen civil society’s relationship with new technology.
Elva Community Engagement (elva.org) builds innovative web and mobile tools that connect citizens in Africa, Asia and Europe with humanitarian organisations to monitor and resolve local issues of concern. Local communities and international organisations are using our tools to monitor a wide variety of important issues, such as humanitarian assistance, conflict management and election observation. Elva’s pioneering work is being recognized and supported by leading international organisations including the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).