Monitoring and community empowerment for schools, cities and universities
COVID-19 monitoring, support services, and community empowerment to keep you safe and open
Beyond commitments to the highest levels of data stewardship, we have core values that drive everything we do and how we aim to grow.
Joanne is the Greenlight Education lead. She has a passion for people and experience in technology, education, and ethics-related work. Joanne enjoys hiking and playing the drums.
Our Community Parters
Curamericas provided grants to schools throughout North Carolina to use Greenlight for free. Curamericas handle social service requests ranging from food help to income relief.
Through Supply Hawk, Greenlight provides access to low-cost certified personal protective equipment at for both school staff and families. Supply Hawk guarantees the lowest prices through its direct relationships with manufacturers and suppliers across the globe.
Greenlight has partnered with Duke to provide free testing to the Durham community. Duke is also processing COVID-19 relief payments for those who need to quarantine.
Durham City and County
Greenlight has partnered with Durham City and County to provide Greenlight and streamlined access to testing services at Duke.
Pandemic Response Network
The Pandemic Response Network (PRN) is a network of health-based organizations, community-based organizations, state and federal agencies and associations, public and private employers, and religious organizations working together to connect people with the critical and supportive resources they need during the pandemic. PRN’s mission is to help people stay safe and connected during pandemic.