December 11, 2013

Announcing the 14NTC Plenary Speakers!

We’re excited to announce our & plenary speaker line up for our 2014 Nonprofit Technology Conference, March 13-15.

Thank you to everyone who sent in their ideas! This year’s general sessions are a diverse line up that we at NTEN hope will help you continue to change the world through technology.

CONNECT | Thursday, March 13, 2014: Ignite Us With Your Ideas

Part of our goal this year in selecting speakers for the main stage was to feature some of the powerful dialogue that is happening around nonprofit technology. And who better to talk to us about the connections, learning, and changes in our world but from you, the community, directly?

It’s with this thinking that our opening plenary on Day 1 (Thursday, March 13) will feature 5-7 community members presenting an Ignite presentation about nonprofit technology on the main stage.

Submit your Ignite Idea through midnight, Friday, December 13. We’ll close the open call for proposals and Early Bird registration at midnight, so don’t delay in securing your place on the main stage and snagging the lowest registration rate available.

LEARN | Friday, March 14, 2013: Where Does Technology Live and Who’s in Charge?

Join a roundtable of experts to take a deep look at where technology belongs and who exactly is in charge. Following a point-counterpoint tradition, NTEN’s CEO Amy Sample Ward will facilitate a conversation with panelists Michael Enos, CTO, of the Second Harvest Food Bank, Gouri Sadhwani, CEO of the Akanksha Fund, and Rick Cohen, Director of Communications and Operations at the National Council of Nonprofits.

CHANGE | Saturday, March 15, 2013: The Future of Nonprofit Technology

What is the future holding for us? Join Willa Seldon, leading nonprofit expert from the Bridgespan Group, for a look at the future of nonprofits and philanthropy, and what that could mean for nonprofit technology.We know that as you gather to connect and learn from the 2,000+ extraordinary nonprofit technology professionals from around the world, the possibilities can be endless. Expand your networks in Washington, DC on March 13-15, 2014. Whether you come for our full agenda or tune in online for our plenaries, we’re glad you’re part of the community. 

>> Don’t miss out! Register by Friday, Dec. 13 for the lowest Early Bird rates.  

Hope to see you in DC!

P.S. NTEN Community members seeking deep dives into topics like data and change management, or who want to volunteer at the Day of Service or attend Drupal Day, can also take advantage of our pre-conference events on March 12, 2014. These options are free with your conference registration. Seating is limited and advance signup to attend these sessions is required.