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Click My Cause with Nancy Krop

Click My Cause with Nancy Krop

On this episode of School Zone Podcast, Matt has a conversation with Nancy Krop of Click My Cause. Growing up in the California area, Nancy was fortunate enough to attend top ten schools throughout her entire K-12 education right into law school. Unfortunately, California schools are now in the bottom five and drastically needing help. […]

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eScrip Joanne Remillard

eScrip with Joanne Remillard

From the floor of the San Jose Convention Center and the California State CAPTA, the School Zone welcomes Joanne Remillard, founder of eScrip to the podcast. eScrip was founded 19 years ago to bring commerce and community together to support schools and non-profit organizations and to make that an easy offering for the entities involved. […]

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Brady Campbell: My School Calendar App

School Zone Podcast welcomes Brady Campbell from the cell phone app, My School Calendar. We have four children, and my wife found herself frustrated because she found she missed school events and information constantly amongst all the kids. She suggested someone created an app to download entire school calendars into one application. The schools come […]

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Conrad Coutinho - 99Pledges SZP

Conrad Coutinho: 99Pledges

Today, School Zone Podcast has the pleasure to welcome 99Pledges from Palo Alto, California, to our podcast. In 2010, there was a significant amount of budget cuts in the state of California regarding education. Our co-founders saw this as a major issue, so they created 99Pledges. 99Pledges is entirely online, and it creates individual fundraising […]

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SZP Karen Bantuveris SignUp.com

Karen Bantuveris: SignUp.com

The School Zone Podcast welcomes Karen Bantuveris, founder and CEO of SignUp.com to the show. The story of SignUp.com begins with our CEO, Karen Bantuveris. As a working-mom, Girl Scout leader, and active PTA member, Karen enjoyed contributing where she could, but the ‘little things’ that made volunteering a hassle and distracted her from the […]

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