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Meet the NTEN Community
The NTEN Community is full of great folks. Here are just a few of them.
Eric is an interactive marketing consultant at Northridge Interactive, specializing in Web Analytics, Organic Search Engine Optimization, and Pay-Per-Click Management. His interest in online marketing was sparked in 2001 while working for an Atlanta area web marketing firm where he learned the benefits of marketing to achieve concrete results. A results-driven Google Certified AdWords Professional, Eric has engaged in Adwords and Google Grants Management for a number of nonprofit clients while at Northridge Interactive. Eric contributes regularly to the Online Marketing Council and was recently elected to the position of Vice Chair of the Web Analytics committee. Eric began his career as a paratrooper in the U.S. Army -- but now the color of his parachute is "marketing". Eric is getting married this spring and hopes his wife will embrace his eclectic loves of practicing Wing Chun Kung Fu, wearing out his copy of Halo 3, and heavily consuming internet marketing reads. He hopes the salsa dancing will help in this regard.
Jocelyn is Director of Business Development for Triplex Interactive, an
infoGroup Company. Triplex Interactive provides nonprofits with the
data they need to power their email marketing and social media
programs. Before joining Triplex Interactive, Jocelyn was Director of
Sales and Marketing for NPower Greater DC Region, a nonprofit which
provides technology consulting and IT support to hundreds of charitable
organizations each year.
Jocelyn is also keeper of the blog Marketing for Nonprofits and writes a bi-monthly column for Fundraising Success. She's passionate about helping nonprofits succeed online so that they can change the world.
Eric started his technology work focused on sustainable internet strategies for grassroots human rights organizations internationally, working for a variety of organizations including Amnesty International, Human Rights First and Witness. As the founder and director of Leland Design, Eric focuses on strategic technology planning, website and database planning and development for progressive health and human services organizations, human rights and environmental advocacy groups both in the USA and internationally. Since Eric works with cash-strapped nonprofits, he considers the most fun part of his job finding advanced and cost-effective tools to solve their communications and information problems. He takes pride in helping nonprofits that have a great need for sophisticated yet low-cost technology systems, and no IT department to get the job done.
Democracy in Action
Charles is the Outreach and Support Manager at Democracy in Action (DIA), a progressive nonprofit that helps other progressive nonprofits use an online database - often called a constituent relationship manager (CRM) to communicate, fundraise, and advocate for social change. Charles's job is to help clients in the New York and the Northeast get the most out of DiA, and to connect new nonprofits with their online platform. But no matter where you live or work, Charles is happy to talk about nonprofit technology with you!
Deborah Elizabeth Finn lives to bring resources and needs together seamlessly in the nonprofit sector, mostly through strategic use of information and communication technologies. She loves everything about her work except being an independent consultant, and would much rather be a cog in a machine. Her past and current clients, all of whom she adores, include Third Sector New England, the Public Conversations Project, Changing The Present, Social Markets, Earth Track, the Food Project, Massachusetts Law Reform Institute, IDEAS Boston, and the Massachusetts Nonprofit Network. She is a founding member of the Information Systems Forum, the Ethos Roundtable, Mission-Based Massachusetts, the Massachusetts Nonprofit Technology Working Group, and the Boston Technobabes. In her spare time, she captions photographs for LOLnptech.Org, reads Victorian literature, listens to Counter-Reformation liturgical music, and indulges her compulsion to introduce everyone on the planet to everyone else.