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Meet the NTEN Community
The NTEN Community is full of great folks. Here are just a few of them.
Michelle is a nationally recognized leader in the nonprofit technology field. Michelle is currently Systems Integration Lead at OpenIssue, a San Francisco-based consulting firm that specializes in CRM and CMS solutions for nonprofit organizations and social enterprises. She is also on the boards of Aspiration and NTEN. She blogs on nonprofit technology at Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology. When she's not thinking about nonprofit technology, she's probably writing science fiction.
Rusty is the VP of Data and Technology for the American Lung Association. His background is in fundraising, including special events and online campaigns, and is now responsible for nationwide database and technology planning and implementation for his organization. For him it's not just about the pay, it's about the challenge, the joy, and fulfillment.
Michael Hoffman is the CEO of See3 Communications, a firm that helps nonprofits and causes use the internet for advocacy, education and fundraising. He is an internet entrepreneur, and an expert in the use of social media in the nonprofit sector. Hoffman is frequently asked to consult with organizations about marketing strategies and new media development. He is frequently quoted in trade journals, industry blogs and the mainstream press about the intersection of social media and causes. He is a founder of DoGooderTV and EarthFirst.com, and is a nationally sought-after speaker on topics such as cause marketing, and the revolutionary power of web video for social change.
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.
Judy Hallman was a founding member of RTPNet and has been its executive 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 training 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.