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January 20, 2017
Help Map the Digital Landscape
Contribute to the 2017 Digital Outlook Report
The digital landscape is changing at a dizzying rate and sometimes it feels like the plans you made yesterday are obsolete by morning. But help is at hand!
For the third year, NTEN is proud to partner with Care2, hjc and Resource Alliance on a report that sets the standard for nonprofit digital planning. But we need your help. The 2017 Digital Outlook Report is powered by responses by nonprofit professionals just like you. The survey will take about 10-15 minutes to complete and you’ll be entered in the drawing for some great prizes.
Take the survey today and be the first to know when the findings are published later this year.
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Lyndal Cairns has been speaking up against injustice her whole life. As a child aged 7, petulant and self-righteous, she once scolded her father for being environmentally wasteful. Though her tactics may have tempered somewhat, there is a shade of that angry little girl in her now as she channels it into her work supporting nonprofit technology workers to efficiently and strategically battle the world’s ills. After ten years as a journalist and editor, Lyndal decided in 2010 to dedicate her working life to nonprofit and social good organizations and has worked in communications, marketing and community management for LGBT, environmental, social justice and education organizations. She brings a strategic mindset and data-driven practice to the role of Membership & Engagement Director at NTEN. Lyndal was thrilled and honored to receive the 2015 NTEN Award.
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, digital media
, digital storytelling
, Digital Strategy
, email marketing
, fundraising campaign
, Fundraising Management
, fundraising strategy
, nonprofit data
, nonprofit leadership