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Meet the NTEN Community
The NTEN Community is full of great folks. Here are just a few of them.
Chad is the Internet Marketing Manager for Blackbaud, where he wrangles corporate website content, develops social media strategy, and manages email marketing, communities, and search engine optimization. He's the editor-in-chief of Blackbaud Blogs, where he also writes Webby Things. He hosts and produces The Baudcast, which brings together industry experts from around the sector to discuss nonprofit technology. In 2007, Chad founded Go Green Charleston, a technology-focused nonprofit helping Charleston-area residents connect, stay informed, and mobilize around the local sustainability community. When he's not mainlining the web, you'll probably find Chad playing with my kids, skateboarding, taking photos, or enjoying mother nature.
The Movement Disorder Society
Heidi is a Website Project Manager for The Movement Disorder Society, an
international professional medical society of 3,500 members. Our members
are researchers and physcians who specialize in the neurosciences. We
are operated by an AMC, headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA.
Before I joined MDS, I worked as a reporter, copy editor and online
producer for Wisconsin's largest daily newspaper, the Milwaukee Journal
Sentinel. That is where I was introduced to the Internet in 1999 - WAY
before I had even heard of HTML, and got my "formal" training as a Web
My hobbies include trail hiking, travel abroad, journaling, blogging (two very distinct things!), Vespas, and shopping the local farmers markets.
Green Moon Solutions
John is the founder and CEO of Green Moon Solutions, focusing on Internet technology solutions for nonprofits and small businesses. After stints in the military and corporate consulting, he moved into the nonprofit field about a decade ago. He's been to every NTC since 2006 when he became addicted to the information exchange and personal interaction the event provides. When not writing code, analyzing the latest CMSs, or tweaking a database, John likes to run, paint, and hike.
Michael Stein is a writer and veteran nonprofit management consultant who works at the intersection of technology, marketing, and fundraising. As a consultant, he assists clients with all aspects of Internet strategy, including fundraising, email messaging, email list growth, blogging, website content development, online video, mobile phone technology, Google Analytics, Google Adwords, and Facebook. He is the author of three books and numerous articles about the online medium. Michael has provided strategic support to numerous organizations including The William J. Clinton Foundation, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, United Nations Food Program, The James Irvine Foundation, Animal Legal Defense Fund, and the ACLU of Northern California. Michael’s opinion and analysis have been featured in numerous media, including The New York Times, The Chronicle of Philanthropy, National Public Radio, and Wired News. He grew up in France and England, currently resides in Berkeley with his wife and two children, and his personal passions are European soccer, surfing, and sea kayaking. Read his blog online at http://www.michaelstein.net/.
Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra
The Media and Publications Manager at Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra in San Francisco, Sasha is responsible for the majority of the orchestra's marketing, PR, communications, publications, web management, etc. etc.
After spending his first year in California working as a line cook at the Bread Workshop Café in Berkeley, he has been working for PBO since September 2008. Originally from Boston, Massachusetts, he previously worked as the Communications Coordinator at Trinity Church in Boston, the Managing Editor of The Pulse in Worcester, Massachusetts, and the Marketing and Publications Assistant for Clark University’s International Development, Community, and Environment Department. He received an M.A. in Community Development and Planning (2005) and a B.A. in Sociology (2004) from Clark University in Worcester.
Living on the sunnier side of the bay, Sasha also works as a freelance music writer for metro.pop, a bi-monthly, nationally distributed fashion and lifestyle magazine. He enjoys playing soccer, going to A's games and indie rock show and gardening. He also volunteers at Project Open Hand and you should too. Visit his sporadically updated blog: boywithgirlsname.blogspot.com.
And yes, that is the NTEN book in Sasha's hands in the picture!