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Friday, March 14 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Making our Garden Grow: How to Help NTEN Communities Achieve Their Full Potential

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This session is for anyone who'd like to be more involved in the NTEN community. We'll be hearing from a panel of community organizers who can help you join or start a local group dedicated to nonprofit technology. They’ll share best practices and encourage small-group discussion to better understand how these groups can serve you. 

Speakers
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Julie Dennis

Office Manager/Intake Specialist, PICnet, Inc.
Julie is the Office Manager and Intake Specialist at PICnet, a website development and design company that provides affordable and user-friendly Web development services, including Non-Profit Soapbox (www.nonprofitsoapbox.com), an on-demand delivery of the Joomla content management system. Additionally, Julie also runs the DC NTEN Tech Club and has done so since November 2010. When she's not organizing events or setting up client meetings at... Read More →
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Craig Grella

Co-Founder, OrgSpring
Founder and executive director of OrgSpring.com, a nonprofit with a goal to ensure every other nonprofit has a great website that helps the organization fulfill its mission online. www.OrgSpring.com.
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Paula Jones

Director of Technology, N.C. Center for Nonprofits
Paula Jones is director of technology at the N.C. Center for Nonprofits. She interned at the Center while she attended NCSU, where she graduated cum laude and received a BS in biological sciences and science education. Paula taught high school in Raleigh for three years before returning to the Center in 2003. She has more than nine years experience in website development, database management, and network administration. She is also responsible... Read More →
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Julia Smith

Education Manager, Nonprofit Technology Network
Julia Smith is NTEN's Education Manager. Previously she served as NTEN's Community Development Manager, and she continues to work closely with all of NTEN's 501 Tech Club leaders, supporting local organizing efforts to connect and energize #nptechies across the U.S., Canada, and beyond. | | Previously, she spent six years at Idealist.org, most recently as Communications Manager. Julia is also co-founder of the nonprofit 826DC, a drop-in... Read More →


Friday March 14, 2014 10:30am - 12:00pm
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