Mobile tools to track your social impact. 


What Impact Does Your Company or Event Make? 


Each year 62 million volunteers contribute 7 billion hours that aren’t tracked or rewarded. That’s a lot of lost data for companies & global brands. Glocal is a free mobile app that makes it easy for organizations & events to measure their social impact while rewarding volunteer hours. 


#1 Way to Impact the Impact Industry

A Billion Dollar Opportunity"Seizing the opportunity may also require the creation of new institutions – perhaps an equivalent of the Morningstar rating service for mutual funds– which would help organizations to meet higher and higher standards of efficiency and effectiveness." 

Investors of tomorrow will demand third-party-verified impact: "By measuring and comparing impact goals and outcomes, we can manage our impact with as much rigor as our financial returns, know what is working and adjust what is not, and truly invest for good." 

Simple Set Up

Organizations can quickly connect employees, volunteers & event attendees via our mobile app & integrations. Within minutes you'll have invited everyone to track their social impact.

Turn a tiny snippet of code into this button on your website & events.


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Mobile Measurement 

 Like a fitness tracker, your participants keep track of their social impact experiences. Your organization gets the on-site performance metrics—significantly improving effectiveness.

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Validated QR Check-In

When your participants arrive they will be notified to check-in. Your event team will be equipped with a unique QR code. Once scanned, the people volunteering or attending your event will be validated, and their hours can be tracked for data & rewards.

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On-Site Reviews

Once your event ends, your participants will be notified to leave feedback. You can customize your questions and get the qualitative data you need to know what really works. After the review, they'll have the chance to chip-in to your event.

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Export & Analyze

You'll see all your event's social impact metrics in one place, track progress toward your organization's impact goals, and analyze each event's impact. Your valuable on-site data can be exported or analyzed in your web dashboard.

Know & Show Your Impact 

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Your dashboard provides analytics on all your impact metrics for the life of your organization—showing your Social Impact Footprint. 


Our Goal

Glocal's vision is to create a global impact data grid—bridging the gap between global resources & local social impact. Our mobile-first platform will map impact in communities across the globe, giving our Glocal Trust partners the data to efficiently invest in local impact anywhere on the planet.


A global brand for local impact

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+ Reward Participants

+ Validated Check-In

+ Collect Unique Impact Experiences 

+ Accept Donations

+ Know Your Impact Footprint

+ Get Analysis

+ Increase Efficiency & Fundraising 



Build A Better Us


Our Team

UN Advisors, Obama Appointees, Nasa Scientists, Obama For America CFO, Cultural Anthropologists, Civic Engagement Experts, Product Design Specialist, AI & Data Scientists, Business Development Lead: 0-45M in 3 yrs, US White House Staff, Global NGO Consultants, Decorated Athletes, Fortune 500 Consultants


Dee Yaccino

Dee steers the ship. She is a founder of Del Camino Connection, a community-based network impacting 25,000 people across the southern hemisphere. In 1994 she founded CEPY, a network of grassroots educators based in Bolivian Amazonia that educates displaced people on their governmental rights. As a consultant she has clients such as World Vision and Compassion International. She speaks Quechua, an ancient Incan dialect and has been known to track alligators.

Founding Partner, Chief Operating Officer


Jimmy Spencer Jr 

Jimmy sparks the vision. He is the founder of Love Without Agenda a 16-country network of community entrepreneurs. He serves as a UN GIFT Program Advocate—meeting with Fortune 500 executives about supply chain affect on human trafficking. A 20-year veteran of community organizing, he began his journey working in the former USSR as a community developer. He was in Berlin running for the US Junior National Team when the Berlin Wall came down. Lover of the Underdog. Mover of Mountains. Akron Kid. Global Nomad. 

Founding Partner, Chief Executive Officer


Steve Chalke, MBE

Steve scales the impact. He was honored by the Queen of England for his outstanding service to the community. He is the founder of the Oasis Trust, a billion pound annual organization that is the second largest provider of academies for the UK government, and serves as the UN Advisor for Community Action. He frequents BBC as a television personality. He holds the Guinness World Record for raising the most the money as an individual at a single event.

Founding Partner, Chief Community Officer


Micky ScottBey Jones

Micky activates the community. Named one of the Black Christian leaders changing the world in Huffington Post, Micky is the Director of Healing Justice at Faith Matters Network. She is currently serving as an Associate Fellow for Racial Justice with Evangelicals for Social Action. An activist-in-residence at Scarritt Bennett Center, she is a perpetual learner, “justice doula”, consultant, facilitator, mama/sister/friend, nonviolence practitioner and contemplative activist living just south of Nashville, TN.

Civic Engagement Advisor


Garren Givens

Garren connects the dots. As the former Executive Director of the White House Presidential Innovation Fellows, he brings extensive technology and entrepreneurial experience to our team. In his previous role, Garren helped the White House recruit dozens of the nation’s top innovators to tackle the nation’s biggest tech challenges. He will be assisting us with fundraising & investor relations.

Business Development Advisor


Aisha Hermosillo

Aisha is a social butterfly. She has a communication studies degree and firmly believes that communication is the key to unraveling the biggest challenges in both the organizational and interpersonal worlds. She is a self-proclaimed social scientist and hopes to bring a fresh outlook on how we view volunteerism.

Media & Events Manager


Brandon Salesberry

Brandon plans ahead. He has served numerous organizations as a financial and operations manager in a full-time role—most recently for Organizing for ActionHe has more than 12 years of experience at all levels of operations, finance, administration, facility, IT, and volunteer management. Outside of the Salesberry Group, Brandon spends his time running, working on home renovation projects, and spending time with his family. He lives in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago with his wife and 2 children.

Chief Financial Officer


Andy Hermosillo

Andy Hermosillo is field tested. He has a degree in business. He is strategy-oriented and thinks that there is always a solution to any problem. He believes that the best way to success is by putting in the work and strongly encourages taking risks for what you believe in. He hopes to make the world a better place by advocating that unity creates a greater impact.

Community Projects Manager


Sabey Abraham

Sabey gets organizing. She currently serves as District Director for Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi at the U.S. House of Representatives. Previously she served various capacities on the Obama team, where she most recently served as the White House Liaison to the Department of Energy. A veteran of the campaign trail, she has organized for Obama for America and others. In Illinois she served as the Deputy Field Director for Governor Quinn’s re-election campaign. Sabey is an immigration lawyer and practiced law for several years before making a successful move into the public sector. 

Public Sector Advisor


Brad Siefert

Brad makes the pixels pretty. He is a graphic designer specializing in user interface, front-end development, and user experience. He loves typography, grids, Sketch, Bootstrap, instant film, indie software, crossing off tasks from a task list, and a certain company from Cupertino, CA. His design values are: clarity, elegance, detailed, and flexible. He loves working with people who push him to be better each day and who are serious about creating beautiful and meaningful work.

Product Design Manager


Alasdair Bell

Ali loves marketing. As the Director of Business Development at Market Logic, he has been instrumental in sharing strategies to systemically engage global brands. His expertise lies reaching out to marketing and insights executives and staying informed on the latest trends in marketing, market research, and competitive intelligence. His insights with rapid innovation cycles: cognitive computing, user friendly software design, and exciting new applications for user communities lets him position Glocal for future success as we begin to working with global brands to track their social impact footprint.

Corporate Development Advisor


Pranab Banerjee

Pranab finds the patterns. A Senior Research Scientist with over 20 years of R&D experience. His expertise lies in computer vision, image processing, machine learning, data fusion, large scale computing, and data visualization applied primarily to solving problems in the the defense (USDOD) and aerospace sectors (NASA). He has a strong interest in exploring and developing algorithms inspired by biological systems as well as human social dynamics to solve computational problems.

Machine Learning & Data Analysis Advisor

Fastrope Labs

Fastrope builds amazing things. We're working with Dhruva Rajendra and Fastrope to research, prototype, build & launch Glocal—and to help lead the transition to having a full time CTO. Dhruva founded Latch, and was Head of Product at MainStreet Genome.

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