NTEN's community organizers.
September 6, 2018

Help make the 19NTC more welcoming

Join the 19NTC Accessibility Committee

Here at NTEN, we are always looking for ways to make our programs, services, and spaces more accessible and welcoming to our communities.

As part of our continuing efforts to improve the 2019 Nonprofit Technology Conference, we need your help! We are creating an Accessibility Committee, that will identify ways for us to make the 19NTC more welcoming – both online and onsite.

It’s vital that we get good community representation in this committee, so they can guide us as we strive to be better.

See our accessibility page for some of the elements the committee will address, and read about our specific needs and sign up at our commitment page.

We will be accepting applications until September 28.

Andrea Post
Andrea believes that nonprofits + technology = an incredible avenue for social change. She believes that social change percolates and NGOs have the power to help the good bubble up. She's been a political organizer, a dot-commer, and a corporate robot, where she got to hand out big checks for charitable giving and community relations. That role 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.