At the core of CauseWired’s value proposition lies its network of close associates and partner companies. These  innovative firms give CauseWired clients unparalleled access to the vast experience and insight of a truly wide-ranging network of experts.

Sara Pandolfi

Sara Pandolfi leads her own consulting firm, Sara Pandolfi & Co, which provides fundraising, marketing and human capital solutions, and event management to corporations and nonprofits, bringing their unique goals to life. Sara combines skills and expertise in the nonprofit sector with a successful track record of building corporate and community partnerships. She leads fundraising, marketing and social media campaigns, special events and human capital initiatives that increase impact and revenue for numerous organizations. Sara has been invited as a featured presenter at numerous events, including the AFP Philanthropy Day Conference, AFP’s “Supercharge your Special Event” seminar, and guest lecturer at both Columbia University and NYU. She holds degrees from New York University’s Heyman Center for Philanthropy and Fundraising (M.S.), Columbia University School of Social Work (M.S.W.) and California State University, Northridge Department of Journalism (B.A).

Scott Williams

Scott Williams is a Managing Partner and co-founder of Panorama Fundraising. Scott manages and directs capital campaigns and other fundraising initiatives, conducts feasibility studies and development audits, and create development plans for not for profit organizations. Prior to founding Panorama Fundraising, Scott was a Managing Director for Changing Our World, Inc. a global fundraising and philanthropic services firm headquartered in New York City. During his tenure at Changing Our World, Scott worked with nearly 20 independent and Catholic schools in addition to many prestigious organizations including the Apollo Theater Foundation, Guiding Eyes for the Blind, Helen Keller National Center, Mercy College, Nassau University Medical Center, Pennsylvania Catholic Conference, St. Joseph’s College and Tomorrow’s Hope Foundation.

Hart Hooton

Hart Hooton is the founder and president of Marketechnique, a digital consulting firm based in New York. Hart’s diverse publishing experiences span 25 years, beginning his career with magazine launches for Children’s Television Workshop and Hearst Magazines. Hart joined Time Inc. in 1995, becoming an early innovator in web-based media.

Hart helped steward the digital fortunes of Sports Illustrated, creating and building a joint venture between CNN and Time Inc., and launching in 1997. In 2003, Hart founded Marketechnique, building a client list including some of the most respected media brands in the country:, The Nation, Newspaper National Network, Reader’s Digest Interactive, Time Warner Cable, and

Howard Greenstein

Howard Greenstein is a marketing technology strategy consultant and President of the Harbrooke Group, which specializes in helping companies and organizations communicate with their customers, donors and the general public using the latest web technologies. Harbrooke clients have included Pearson Education, AJLI, WE tv, New York Road Runners, and numerous nonprofits, start-ups and small businesses. He also teaches social media courses at New York University’s SCPS. His career has spanned organizations including the Twin Towers Fund, Microsoft, NYU, and several start-ups. He is a contributing editor for Inc.Com’s Start-Up Toolkit. Howard co-founded the world’s first international non-profit dedicated to Web 2.0, the Social Media Club in 2006. Howard is president of The Harbooke Group.