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My role at NeighborWorks America provides communications and public affairs guidance for hundreds of our nonprofit affordable housing and community development network members.
It is a pleasure to be part of all the valuable networking and learning experiences that NTEN has to offer, and I look forward to bringing my skills as a collaborative and creative nonprofit communications professional to support the NTEN board’s strategic goals.
Formerly a co-organizer of New York City’s Nonprofit Technology Club (501 Tech), which hosts monthly educational and networking opportunities for nonprofit professionals in the metro area, Jereme now serves as the vice chair of NTEN (501 Tech's parent organization), and is a frequent speaker and contributor to various conferences, events, and media outlets.
Jereme received his bachelor’s degree in political science and biology from Elmira College and his master’s of bioethics from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.
John holds both an MBA and a BA in English Literature with a minor in Philosophy from Georgetown University, where he also taught the Innovations in Information Technology and Communications class for the Georgetown Center for Public and Nonprofit Leadership certificate program for nonprofit CEOs. Second term runs through 2021.
When not doing nonprofit technology, Ken can often be found working with community-based groups resisting state violence on behalf of the National Lawyers Guild, or bumming around book and record stores with his teenage son. Ken is the child of Guatemalan & Ecuadorian immigrants. His educational background is in history and literature; is a law school graduate; and has had poetry translations (Spanish to English) appear in 3 literary journals. Second term runs through 2021.
She has roots in brown womens', queer and trans*, anti-imperialist, and anti-capitalist movements. She has built distributed networks, engaged communities on and offline, created communities of practise, formed women's collectives, built anti-Islamophobia campaigns, and played a key role in divestment movements. As a strategist, she has lent her hand to nonprofits seeking to use digital for fundraising and advocacy such as Amnesty International, MSF/Doctors Without Borders, World Animal Protection, YWCA Canada, and more.
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Richard K. Rappleye