Meet the NTEN Community

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

Britt Bravo

www.brittbravo.com

Britt Bravo is a social web consultant and career coach who teaches individuals and organizations how to realize their big vision and be2009 NTEN Booster2009 NTEN Booster 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. 

Moira Kavanagh Crosby

MKDM

Moira Kavanagh Crosby is president and founder of MKDM, a full-service direct response agency that works exclusively with nonprofits to engage donors, motivate action and inspire philanthropy. With the exception of one misguided year in advertising, Moira has spent her entire professional career working with nonprofits - almost 20 years, she openly admits. In that time she has created membership strategies and communications read (and enjoyed, she firmly believes) by millions of donors. When not thinking up integrated direct response strategies to make the world a better place, she enjoys thinking up things like Halloween costumes and birthday cakes for 6-year-old Lucia and 2-year-old Sabine.

David Krumlauf

Pierce Family Foundation

David is a proud grandfather living in NW Lower Michigan. David works for a2009 NTENny Winner small family foundation based in Chicago where he takes care of the technology needs of 7 NPOs in the Chicago area. He loves his job, the amazing people he gets to work with and the organizations he gets to help.

Laura Lee Dooley

World Resources Institute

Laura Lee is the Online Engagement Strategist for World Resources Institute, an environmental think tank headquartered in DC.  She2009 NTEN Booster2009 NTEN Booster devotes her time to social media, web analytics and online community development. Laura Lee joined WRI in 1986 and implemented their first website in 1996. She enjoys being googled, twittered, friended, fanned, and followed.

David Isaak

SixBlue Data

David has worked as a volunteer -- he's currently a consultant -- since 2003, after his layoff from the Boeing Company, where he worked as a programmer. He has trained non-profit workers in the use of small, hand held computers -- popularly called Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) -- for data collection and transmission to remote data sources in sixteen developing countries, including Bangladesh, Tajikistan, Uganda, Bolivia, Vietnam, Malawi, Myanmar (Burma), Egypt, Guatemala, Jordan, Armenia and others. Through SixBlue Delta, he provides mobile data information solutions to global Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs), with an emphasis on usability in field environments.