Change the world!
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
5:45 p.m. - 6:15 p.m. Socializing
6:15 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Discussion
Join us for a recap of NTEN’s 2012 Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC) with a 501 Tech NYC 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. And finally, we’ll brainstorm ideas for the 2013 conference and upcoming meetings.
Featured topics and presenters:
- Dr. Changelove or: How My Org Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Technology: Rose De Fremery, American Jewish World Service
- Be a Design Hero: Save the World: Katya Issaeva, Ad Council
- Doing It On Your Own: When to Call in the Consultants, When to Leave Them Out: Pam Kingpetcharat, Human Rights First
- Building and Supporting Drupal Websites: In-House, Outhouse, or Both?: Matt Koltermann, Action Against Hunger
- No More Excuses, Buddy: Create a Testing Plan With No Traffic, Time, or Budget: Porter Mason, U.S. Fund for UNICEF
- Show, Tell, Hire!: Julia Smith, Idealist
- Is it Time to Redesign Your Website?: Farra Trompeter, Big Duck
- Designing Online Engagement to Collaborate With Your Community: Amy Sample Ward, NTEN
- What Does the Data Say? Turning Data Into Action: George Weiner, Do Something
- The Future of Nonprofit Storytelling: Rob Wu, CauseVox
- Have a question? Tweet with our hashtag #501TechNYC!
- On Facebook? So are we! Join us there to be the first to know of upcoming events.
- We welcome anyone interested in using technology for nonprofit and advocacy efforts.
Your co-organizers are:
When & Where
501 Tech NYC
501 Tech NYC is the NYC chapter of NTEN, the Nonprofit Technology Network.
The club offers the opportunity to meet and network with colleagues in the five boroughs. Pros and accidental techies come together to share advice, resources, local news and job openings. Share your knowledge and get the support you need to create a better NY.