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Meet the NTEN Community
The NTEN Community is full of great folks. Here are just a few of them.
Marnie is co-CEO of TechSoup Global. There, she spends most of her time working on bringing technology resources to organizations that want to spend their time and budget on their mission. She also spends an inordinate amount of time thinking, talking and tweeting about the effective use of social media, the impact of technology trends on civil society and collaboration. She also likes her kid a whole awful lot.
Britt Bravo is a social web consultant and career coach who teaches individuals and organizations how to realize their big vision and be a powerful force for good. She writes for two blogs: Have Fun Do Good and BlogHer, and produces the Big Vision Podcast and the Arts and Healing Podcast. She also hosts Echoing Green’s podcast, Be Bold : Create a Career with Impact. Bravo is a frequent speaker and trainer who has presented at the Craigslist Foundation Nonprofit Boot Camp, the Bioneers Conference, the Stanford Women’s Leadership Conference, the Writing for Change Conference, and the BlogHer Conference. In 2007, The East Bay Express named her the Best Podcaster/Blogger Most Dedicated to Social Change.
NetSquared - an Initative of TechSoup Global
Amy is a nonprofit technology consultant and the Global Community
Builder for NetSquared, an organization that mines, profiles and
accelerates Web and mobile‐based social innovation projects from around
the globe. Amy is dedicated to supporting and educating nonprofits and
the progressive social change sector about evolving technologies that
cultivate and engage communities.
She has worked in social media with the nonprofit sector for over five years and has a background in New Media Journalism. Her work focuses on tools that ignite and empower communities, collaboration, and conversation. Amy has spoken at conferences, workshops, and training days in the US and the UK and hosts an authoritative blog on nonprofit technology.
Sarah is CEO and Co-Founder of GoLightly, Inc., which provides innovative ways for people to connect, collaborate, and create new potential for membership and governmental organizations to mobilize their constituents and strengthen their organization. Sarah is dedicated to providing technology that allows people to go beyond traditional boundaries and help great people accomplish great things in the world... together!Sarah is passionate about making the web more usable and beautiful. Sarah is also a devoted mother, artist, off-road racer, and a frequent motivational speaker at conferences and meetings.