Tuesday, April 30th: What We Learned at the 2013 Nonprofit Technology Conference

What We Learned at the 2013 Nonprofit Technology Conference
Idealist.org HQ (302 5th Ave., Manhattan)
5:30-7:30pm
Free, register here

Join us for a recap of NTEN’s 2013 Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC) with a 501TechNYC and Tech4Good twist. Many of the great speakers came from the NYC area and they’ll share quick recaps of their sessions with you. Other folks who attended the conference will also share what they learned.

Featured topics and presenters:

2013 eNonprofits Benchmark: Michael Ward, M+R Strategic Services
Breaking Through Language Barriers with Technology: Michael Smolens, DotSub
Campaigns as an Experience of Your Brand: Andrea Roy, Fountain House and Farra Trompeter, Big Duck
Connect the Dots: Crafting the Arc of Powerhouse Campaigns: Nancy Schwartz, Getting Attention
Effective Communication: How to Translate Geek-Speek into Normal Human: Rose de Fremery, The Social Media Monthly
Got Ideas Crowdsourcing for Innovation and Community Engagement: Lindsay Hanson, Grassroots Solutions
LGBT Advocacy in Social Media: Joe Moran, True Colors Fund
The Anatomy of Successful Data Migration: How to Plan, Manage, and Succeed: John Mix, IRC
The Three Faces of the Digital Manager: Lover, Fighter, and Michael Jackson: Jed Miller, Revenue Watch Institute and Laura Brahm, Open Society Foundations
Using Text Messaging to Achieve Your Mission: Creative Uses from Real Nonprofits: Sam McKelvie, Mobile Commons
Why Organization Structure Matters for Online Success: Norman Reiss, Center for Court Innovation and Ryan Davis, Blue State Digital

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