Podcast: Vinay Mullick, UpMetrics

Listen in to our latest episode of the Sports Philanthropy Podcast as Vinay Mullick, Managing Director of UpMetrics sits down with our host Roy Kessel to discuss the best way to measure the impact of your programs.

Vinay is responsible for the growth of UpMetrics’ Chicago office and has a long background in sports as a teacher, activities director and athletic director. UpMetrics is a socially driven technology company that provides tools and services for programs and funders to analyze, interpret, and learn from data to make informed decisions, build capacity, and tell their stories.

Vinay Mullick, UpMetrics joins our host Roy Kessel, Sports Philanthropy Network

Highlights of Vinay Mullick’s Podcast:

  • 00:40 Vinay’s background
  • 02:40 UpMetrics services
  • 04:15 Vinay’s role with UpMetrics
  • 07:18 UpMetrics tools: Data Visualization, UpActive and Socio-Emotional Learning
  • 10:45 Data Visualization Tool
  • 12:35 Socio-emotional learning Tool
  • 13:50 Impact reports for outcomes and outputs
  • 17:45 Onboarding new clients and leadership
  • 21:00 Portfolio of sports and non-sports organizations
  • 24:00 High school data points and analysis
  • 27:30 Multi sport participation
  • 32:30 Use of high school sports data
  • 37:00 Biggest challenges
  • 40:00 Biggest problem facing high school sports

To learn more about UpMetrics, you can contact Vinay at vinay@upmetrics.com or visit their website at www.upmetrics.com


Roy Kessel

Roy Kessel

Roy Kessel is the Founder of the Sports Philanthropy Network. Roy has worked in the sports business world for over 20 years including serving as an instructor in Northwestern University's graduate Sports Management Program. Having served as a sports lawyer representing athletes, entrepreneurs and start-up businesses, Roy has extensive experience helping organizations improve their strategy, marketing, communications and leadership development.
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