Webinar: Why Attend the 2016 Nonprofit Technology Conference

NTEN’s 2016 Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC) is just around the corner, and we want to make sure you know about all the ways to connect and learn at the conference!

Join NTEN CEO, Amy Sample Ward, and NTEN Conference Manager, Andrea Post, for an orientation call to learn more about the events in store for you at the 16NTC and how you can make the most of your NTC experience. If this is your first time at NTC, this is a terrific way to find out what to expect, tips, and best of all, all the ways you can find and network with your nonprofit peers. We’ll have plenty of time to take any and all questions you might have about NTC.

In the meantime, we hope you’ll visit our conference site to get the latest conference news and information.


Speaker: Amy Sample Ward
Amy Sample Ward is NTEN's CEO. She is also a speaker and author focused on leveraging social technologies for social change. In 2013, Amy co-authored Social Change Anytime Everywhere with Allyson Kapin. She previously co-authored Social by Social: a handbook in using new technologies for social impact. She has worked in and with advocacy organizations, private foundations, and community groups in the US, UK and around the world.
Speaker: Andrea Post
Andrea believes that nonprofits + technology = an incredible avenue for social change. She has spent her career encouraging individuals to become passionate advocates, organizations to develop impactful community-building events, and the world to care about those less fortunate. She believes that social change percolates, and NGOs have the power to help the good bubble up. She started this career path as an organizer on political campaigns, did her obligatory time as a San Francisco citizen during the first dot-com bubble, then went to the corporate world where she handed out the big checks in charitable giving, sponsorships, and community relations. One of those sponsorships launched her into the world of conference planning, where she spent 6 years as the program director for the Conferences for Women in Pennsylvania and Texas. When she roots, she roots for the Timbers and the San Francisco Giants. Her other car is a kayak.