FEBRUARY NTEN TECH CLUB CHICAGO LUNCH 'N LEARN
Nonprofit Marketing and IT Teams: An Unlikely Yet Potent Collaboration
Thursday, February 23, 2017
11:45 am - 1:00 PM
Chicago Community Trust
225 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 2200
Nonprofit marketing teams and IT teams do very different work at our organizations.
However, both groups have so much they could learn from each other to make everything work better.
This panel discussion will be an opportunity to show that marketing and IT can be partners to help IT achieve better communication around technology and help marketing be better internal advocates for tech at their organization. (See panelist information below)
Attendees can expect to learn how marketing leaders can leverage technology and data to build smarter, more cost-effective initiatives to reach and engage audiences.
Please RSVP by Tuesday, February 21 at 12:00 noon
(Don't forget identification for lobby security!)
(We will update this week on lunch plans--looking for a sponsor.)
If you RSVP yes and your plans change, please update us or cancel your ticket with Eventbrite. We frequently "sell out" and that will allow another person to attend.
Our panelists' work spans marketing and technology in the nonprofit sector and beyond.
Em Hall is an award-winning marketer, communicator, and digital strategist. She is the founder of Em+ H Consulting, LLC, where she has an all-star roster of nonprofits and small business clients. Em most recently served as the Senior Vice President for Marketing and Technology at One Hope United, a multi-state, private human services organization headquartered in Chicago.
Em has over a decade of experience her field, including at Goodwill of Greater Washington where she was a driving force behind the groundbreaking “Fashion of Goodwill” blogging campaign. Em has created innovative digital and social media marketing campaigns for the USO; Zipcar; About Face Theatre; and BPI, an independent public interest law and policy center addressing compelling issues of social justice and quality of life. Em sits on the boards of About Face Theatre and the University of Chicago Arts Alumni Network.
Elizabeth Brigham lives by the Atticus Finch principle - "You never know someone until you've walked around in his skin;" empathy is everything. She's passionate about cultivating great teams and taking to market elegant technologies that solve pain for humans doing real work. She's built businesses with an entrepreneurial spirit balanced with data-driven insights at McMaster-Carr, Disney Parks and Resorts, Jive and Timshel. Ask her about the value of a liberal arts education at Davidson College and an MBA from the University of Michigan. In her free time, she enjoys dance parties with her husband and toddler sons and spinning vinyl gems.
Troels Soendergaard is a Creative Strategist. Originally from Denmark, he has lived around the world and now resides in Chicago. Throughout his career he’s been developing creative solutions to fight the status quo and trying to work smarter as a team. Troels has worked for several non-profits, most recently at One Hope United where he worked with the Technology and Marketing Team. Now he works with the creative team at August Jackson to create impactful strategic communication solutions. Find out more about Troels @ http://danein.us/.
Dawn Xiana Moon has worked professionally in tech, marketing, and almost every area of the arts; her diverse background means she's as comfortable talking CSS compatibility across browsers as she is the cultural implications of Wookiee bellydance. She's a UX designer and front-end developer - currently UX/UI Engineer at NCSA - and has worked with organizations ranging from Anheuser-Busch to the University of Chicago. As a marketer, she's managed thousands of events throughout Illinois for brands including Jameson, ABSOLUT, and Malibu; she's led social media initiatives, taught staff how to tell stories, and crafted unique, branded experiences like multi-site curry festivals. Dawn is also a singer-songwriter and the founder/director of Raks Geek, a nerd-themed bellydance and fire performance company that's garnered acclaim from the MSN, Chicago Tribune, and UK Channel 4 TV.
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