Today, I’m live blogging a few sessions from the 2011 Millennial Donor Summit. This panel discussion focuses on the generational divide, with the following panelists: Wendy Harman and Suzy DeFrancis, American Red Cross David Smith and Michael Weiser, National Conference
Today, I’m live blogging a few sessions from the 2011 Millennial Donor Summit. This session focuses on how to successfully get started with mobile technology, with Tonia Zampieri from Smart Online presenting. Millennial Distinctions about 85 Million 1st generation raised
Today, I’m live blogging a few sessions from the 2011 Millennial Donor Summit. This session focuses on Millennial Donors, with Angela White from JGA presenting. What did they find out in the Millennial Donor Report? Last year, we did research
I’m at the 2011 Games for Change conference today and live-blogging a few sessions! The speakers for this panel include: Tracy Fullerton – Electronics Arts Game Innovation Lab Ruth Cohen – American Museum of natural History Elaine Charnov – The
Here’s the dashboard the The Extraordinaries for the 2010 Nonprofit Technology Conference session I’m doing with Manny Hernandez, Peggy Duvette and Christine Egger: If you want to build a strong online community, getting the right platform in place is only
This session with Beth Kanter and Allison Fine will be presented as a webinar and recorded as part of 10NTC Live. 10NTC Registrants can register for the free recording by entering the source code you received via email. Register Now!
Here’s the dashboard from The Extraordinaries of our 2010 Nonprofit Technology Conference session today: Bringing Community Organizing Into Online Campaigns – [International Ballroom C] (#co2oc) Who: Speakers: Amy Sample Ward | Netsquared; Debra Askanase; Ivan Boothe When: 1:30 p.m. What:
Notes from the 2010 Nonprofit Technology Conference for: Who: Speakers: Susan Tenby | TechSoup Global; Janet Fouts; Kira Marchenese What: An important part of your social media strategy should be listening for people and organizations who are talking about the
Tonight, I attended a live panel discussion on the question of whether Technology is Really Good for Human Rights, or not. Below are live notes – apologies for spelling and grammar – that follow the main points and audience q/a.