Listen! Don’t stop reading because I said “technology.” Please forget the name and let what I’m saying sink in.
Here’s what you need to know: NTC is a gathering of some of the most thoughtful, imaginative, charged, exciting folks in the nonprofit biz. Communicators, fundraisers, program folks, IT staff — anyone who integrates technology tools into their work. People like Katya Andresen, Beth Kanter and Kivi Leroux Miller plus nonprofit innovators like the Humane Society’s Carrie Lewis and Wendy Harman with the American Red Cross.
I participated for the first time last year — when I finally realized how relevant the conference is for nonprofit communicators — and was energized, inspired and much smarter by the time I left.
There’s incredible content and connections. I left last year’s NTC with a slew of new friends and colleagues with whom I’ve shared stories, challenges and fun with ever since. Here’s my take on the 2008 NTC.
NOTE: Full disclosure — I’ve just joined the NTEN board. But rest assured, I was a NTEN booster way before that!
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