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Hot Topics in Nonprofit Management & Philanthropy: A Free Breakfast for Nonprofit Professionals "Meeting Your Mission Through Integrated Communications Strategies"

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Blake Student Commons, Longmeadow Campus
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Organize. Catalyze. Mobilize. 

To succeed today, nonprofits are required to effectively use technology and multi-channel communications. Engaging donors, connecting with community constituents, collaborating with partners, and creating lasting impact are key priorities that are often not reflected consistently across organizations.

How can you use social and mobile technologies to create a better world? How can organizations break down internal barriers that often “get in the way” of integrated communications, fundraising, and community mobilization strategies? What strategies can you use to engage with your supporters on an ongoing basis?

Join Amy Sample Ward, CEO of NTEN: Nonprofit Technology Network, to learn how your organization can start this shift to an integrated, community-focused, results-oriented approach to using multi-channel communication strategies to meet your mission.

NTEN’s ( mission: NTEN aspires to a world where all nonprofit organizations use technology skillfully and confidently to meet community needs and fulfill their missions

About Amy Sample Ward

Amy Sample WardAmy is dedicated to educating and supporting organizations in using technology to create meaningful community engagement and make lasting change. Whether it is by connecting individuals, organizations, campaigns, or possibilities, Amy hopes to facilitate the nonprofit technology sector transitioning into a movement-based force for positive change.

In addition to serving as NTEN’s CEO, she is a speaker, author, and trainer having worked with groups and spoken at events around the world. In 2013, she co-authored Social Change Anytime Everywhere: How to implement online multichannel strategies to spark advocacy, raise money, and engage your community with Allyson Kapin. She previously co-authored Social by Social, a handbook in using social technologies for social impact, and has contributed to various other publications about social change and technology.

After opportunities to live and travel around the US and beyond, she is happy to be back in her native state of Oregon. Offline, Amy is hiking, biking, or exploring with her husband and dog, with a preference for Oregon’s coast or wine country.

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