Member Appreciation Month Highlights and Winners

MAM logoWe’re already rolling on through December after an amazing November, full of Member Appreciation Month (MAM) celebration. We had webinar presenters offering their expertise in free-for-Member online events, on topics ranging from responsive design, to podcasting, to distributed software (Missed one? Check out the webinar recordings). Members submitted their articles for MAM, and we published the best submissions in our November Connect monthly publication. It was wonderful to see our Community sharing their #ntenthanks on Twitter, celebrating at a local Tech Club event, or sending ecards of appreciation.

501cTech at DC Tech Club

Plus, there were more winners and prizes in store:

  • Andrea Chempinski of American Immigration Lawyers Association, Jordan Brown of Razoo, and Laura Durington of Catholic Relief Services, each won TechSoup flash drives pre-loaded with handy NTEN reports
  • Ruby Sinreich of MomsRising won a free job post to NTEN’s Nonprofit Tech Job Board
  • Meredith Litz of Roswell Park Alliance Foundation landed a Foundation Center book.
  • Brian Crane of Feeding America and Minerva Novoa of Consumers Union of the U.S. scored NTEN swag bags full of NTEN goodies.

The engagement award went to Praan Misir of the Canadian Race Relations Foundation. Praan, we really appreciate you organizing the Community Builders (#commbuild) Community of Practice, and giving your thoughtful #ntenthanks.

#ntenthanks Tweet

Last, but not least, the grand prize renewal award for an NTEN Member who joined or renewed their membership before Nov. 30. Drumroll…

Krzysztof Kozubski of Northwestern University walked away with the grand prize, a free registration to the 2016 Nonprofit Technology Conference (16NTC). And speaking of #16NTC, we hope to see you there in person in March.

Big high fives and #ntenthanks to our generous sponsors this year who helped us celebrate NTEN Members:
MAM 2015 sponsors

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