Join Me for 2 Marketing/Fundraising Sessions at #12NTC

I’m thrilled to be back at NTC (the Nonprofit Technology Conference, this year in San Francisco). It’s a fantastic learning opportunity, both formally via the many sessions and informally (my fav) through hallway conversations and over cups of coffee.

If you’re here, I hope you’ll join me at these two sessions. If you’re not, I’ll be reporting out on these and other sessions this week and next!

1) Marketing & Fundraising Meet & Greet (12NTCconnect)
Tuesday, April 3, 1:30-3 pm—Imperial Ballroom B

Join me and nonprofit marketing divas Kivi Leroux Miller, Katya Andresen and Farra Trompeter, together with all the expert practitioners in the room, to share strategies for staying sane, savvy and successful in your nonprofit marketing and fundraising roles! Bring your challenge to the session and we’ll get you on the path to tackling it with some speed consulting.

You’ll finish with some fresh approaches to your daily to-do list and a new set of brainstorming partners (and folks to vent to when needed). Hope to see you there!

Sign up here to join us:
http://myntc.zerista.com/event/member/41969

2) Say It in Pixels: Visual Storytelling in the 21st Century (12NTCSIIP)
Thursday, April 5, 10:30 am -12 noon—Cyril Magnin I (Parc 55)

Please join me and storytellers Mark Horvath of Invisible People, Cara Jones of Storytellers for Good and Nancy Farese of PhotoPhilanthropy, to learn the hows, what’s and why’s of visual storytelling. Lauren-Glenn Davitian of CCTV will be doing visual note-taking as we discuss the opportunities and challenges of putting visual storytelling to work, and (drawing on your expertise as well) tackle your questions and challenges.

Register to join us at:
http://myntc.zerista.com/event/member?item_id=1195704

Hope to see you there!

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Nancy Schwartz on April 2, 2012 in Professional Development | 0 comments
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