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Meet the NTEN Community
The NTEN Community is full of great folks. Here are just a few of them.
Getting Attention Blog
Nancy E. Schwartz helps nonprofits succeed through effective marketing
and communications as the publisher of the Getting Attention blog and
and as President of New York City-based Nancy Schwartz & Company
(NS&C). Nancy and her team at NS&C provide marketing planning
and implementation services to organizations as varied as the
Corporation for Supportive Housing, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation,
National Association of Mothers' Centers (NAMC), The New York Botanical
Garden and the Association of Small Foundations.
In her life beyond nonprofit marketing, Nancy loves hanging with her husb Sean and daughter Charlotte, gardening, cooking/eating, hiking, photo-ing and so much more!
Eve’s 14 years of online visual design, user experience and creative management in both the corporate and nonprofit sectors makes her either a quirky dinner party guest or a font of random knowledge. Either way, as Creative Director at Beaconfire Consulting, she’s responsible for all aspects of the design process from start to finish. When not helping make the world a better place (one website at a time), Eve is an Adjunct Professor of web design at The American University School of Communication, volunteers with her therapy dog Max, and wears an inordinate amount of black.
YMCA of San Diego County
John has been a not-for-profit techie for over 18 years and currently serves as the Vice President of Information Systems for the YMCA of San Diego County. As a leader in the YMCA technology community, John has worked collaboratively to assist organizations in aligning technology with their strategic, business and operational goals. Focused on relationships and transparency, John works toward building “people centric” technology organizations that bring service & value. John’s passion is helping not for profit organizations leverage technology and on-line media to meet their mission.
Barbara is proof that a liberal arts education really can get you a job, and is the jack of all trades IT, membership development, and communications for Conservation Northwest. When not embroiled in the mysteries of firewalls, servers, blogs, facebook or development strategies, she attempts to be a hobby farmer. If you really want to talk to her for a very long time, ask her about chickens or blueberries.
Steve Heye is the Manager of Technology at The Cara Program in Chicago. He is responsible for managing the strategy and ongoing operations related to technology for The Cara Program. His previous role was at the YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago where he was responsible for managing all aspects of the YMCA's online presence including the web sites, intranet, and social networking. Before that he was with the Technology Resource Group at YMCA of the USA for about ten years where he provided resources, conferences, and training that allows YMCAs nationwide to better leverage business systems and technology. He has a Bachelors degree in Finance from North Central College. You can keep up with Steve's thoughts and tips regarding nonprofit technology issues on his blog.