Meet the NTEN Community

The NTEN Community is full of great folks. Here are just a few of them.

Bill Hewitt

Crown Philanthropic Solutions

Flickr Credit: john015436Flickr Credit: john015436Bill Hewitt is a 30+ year financial services veteran who currently leads the national marketing initiatives for Crown Philanthropic Solutions. When not travelling the globe to show-off the cool donor platform, he lives in Olathe with 3 full size Cow Parade cows, a dog, cat -- and a wife who travels almost as much as he does! An avid golfer, sailor, and recreational chef, he is a NY and Boston transplant wondering where the water is in Kansas.

Ben Hendricks

NPower Greater DC Region

Ben is the Technology Director at NPower, Greater DC Region, where he's been2008 NTENny Winner described as a "tireless and enthusiastic collaborator" who can cut through the noise, quickly determine what’s important, and rally the troops to accomplish the identified objectives. Before NPower, Ben was the Manager of Information Services for the Girl Scout Council of the Nations' Capital (GSCNC), a non-profit serving over 75,000 girls and adult volunteers in the Washington metropolitan area, where he managed the design and deployment of several Internet-enabled event management, fundraising, and distance learning systems, as well as a 'digital paper' forms system to simplify the volunteer recordkeeping burden.

Adrian Cotter

Sierra Club

Adrian moved to San Francisco in 1998 and came across Joe's Digital Diner (now the Center for Digital Storytelling in Berkeley) and fell in love with the internet as a medium for telling stories. After several years of working in the publishing industry, he ended up at the Sierra Club.


Judy Hallman

RTPNet

Judy Hallman was a founding member of RTPNet and has been its executive2008 NTENny Winner director for almost 13 years. She started her career providing support for nonprofits after retiring from UNC-Chapel Hill, where she helped introduce the university to the Internet as a documentation and 2009 NTEN Booster2009 NTEN Boostertraining specialist for campus information systems. In 1989, before the Internet as we know it came into existence, a group of geeks in Chapel Hill foresaw a need to share public information in a meaningful way. They set out to create a digital bulletin board service for the local community. By 1996, RTPNet was providing e-mail, listervs and Web site hosting. Today they serve more than 100 nonprofits and other community organizations in North Carolina.

Kevin Martone

Harold Grinspoon Foundation

Kevin is the Technology Program Manager at the Grinspoon Institute for Jewish Philanthropy. He leverages his management 2009 NTEN Booster2009 NTEN Boosterconsulting background to help nonprofit Jewish overnight camps utilize technology effectively to reach their fundraising and outreach goals. Kevin also helps various other nonprofits better understand the challenges and opportunities offered by web2.0 technologies.

Kevin lives in Western Massachusetts with his wife and two young sons. He is a huge Siena College basketball fan (Go Saints!) and enjoys writing screenplays, short stories, and children's books.