While we’re grateful to all members of NTEN, there are, of course, those of you who go beyond the proverbial “call of duty” and impact the NTEN community by providing extra time, resources, and wisdom to assist NTEN’s work in this sector. We call you “rockstars” here on this blog (a lot), but each spring, at NTEN’s annual conference, we like to do more than that. We like to annoint a new crop of these nonprofit tech warriors.
Today, at the 2014 Nonprofit Technology Conference in Washington, D.C., we unveiled the #14ntc NTENnies and their unique contributions to the NTEN community:
Most likely to . . .
- Have all 1.05 million Rhode Islanders show up for Tech Club: Kathleen Malin
- Fix all of your systems, make your conference feel fun, and then go sing karaoke in German: Katie Fritz
- Recycle your Google AdWords strategy: Jeff Yin
- Build anything, design anything, fix anything, and explain it all to you: Ken Steeber
- Be your friend on every social media platform: Laura Norvig
- Show up: Richard Wollenberger
- Start a movement on a Drupal platform: Ivan Boothe
- Be on every committee and remind you when the next meeting is: Dahna Goldstein
- Remain an NTEN legend and inspiration: Bob Russell
You can learn more about them here.