Nisha Kadaba – PagerDuty Summit

Nisha Kadaba

Senior Program Manager, Global Social Impact at PagerDuty

Biography

Nisha currently leads social impact programs at PagerDuty. She’s passionate about building strategic initiatives that leverage core company assets – people, product, and funds – to accelerate the impact of mission-driven organizations and advance equity in our communities. Prior to PagerDuty, she led social impact and philanthropy at Playmob, a tech-for-good start-up that harnesses the power of games to elevate social and environmental issues and drive action. Nisha has created transformational cross-sector partnerships at the intersection of business and social impact for over a decade and previously held mutli-faceted roles at Room to Read and the CAA Foundation. Nisha received her MSc degree in Environment and Development at the University of Edinburgh and her BA in Political Science and International Relations from UCLA.

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Product + People for Nonprofits

In 2020, PagerDuty.org addressed time-critical outcomes in the year of COVID-19 and urgent digital transformation, and leveraged our Fund to support three healthcare nonprofits. We deployed high-impact funding, technology, and people power, enabling partners to advance equitable time-critical health outcomes. In this session, join Nisha Kadaba and PagerDuty.org grantees as they discuss the outcomes of our engagement, including how they adopted incident response best practices through on-call management and event automation capabilities, optimize IT team’s diagnosing, troubleshooting and communication processes, and leveraged digital signals from IoT power monitoring devices to alert health clinic staff of power outages impacting critical health care equipment.

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Product + People for Nonprofits

In 2020, PagerDuty.org addressed time-critical outcomes in the year of COVID-19 and urgent digital transformation, and leveraged our Fund to support three healthcare nonprofits. We deployed high-impact funding, technology, and people power, enabling partners to advance equitable time-critical health outcomes. In this session, join Nisha Kadaba and PagerDuty.org grantees as they discuss the outcomes of our engagement, including how they adopted incident response best practices through on-call management and event automation capabilities, optimize IT team’s diagnosing, troubleshooting and communication processes, and leveraged digital signals from IoT power monitoring devices to alert health clinic staff of power outages impacting critical health care equipment.