Member Appreciation Month – Week 1 Recap & A Look Ahead

MAM logoNovember is one of our favorite months at NTEN. It’s a time for leaf peeping, decorative gourds, and all the #ntenthanks we can heap upon you, our wonderful Community members!

We’ve just wrapped up week one of Member Appreciation Month and send congratulations and a hearty #ntenthanks to all of our week one winners:

  • Leili Khalessi gets the engagement prize for her awesome tweeting. Leili was a member of the 2014 Nonprofit Technology Academy Summer Cohort, has taken part in the Nonprofit Technology Conference for several years, and is an active tweeter on all things #nptech. Follow her at Leili4Good.
  • Amy Wales, Ken Cantu, Jett Winders, and Mark Hallman are all recipients of shiny new TechSoup Global flash drives, which come loaded with reports for our nonprofit technology professionals.
  • Jessica Anders Mulcahy will receive The Guide to Proposals book, courtesy of The Foundation Center.
  • Rachel Morrison and Rachael Datz will receive NTEN swag bags full of our favorite goodies.

There are still plenty of prizes to win! And check out these free-to-Members webinars this week:

Storytelling: Planting the Seeds that Grow on November 10th
Responsive Design – What It Is and Why You Need It on November 12th

In the midst of all this excitement, we want to make sure you don’t miss the Early Bird registration for Nonprofit Technology Conference! Early Bird registration for the 16NTC opened at midnight on November 1 and, holding to long-standing tradition, David Krumlauf was the first Community member to register. Join David and 2,000 other tech-savvy champions for social good in California in March by registering today! Members save $300 on registration.

Stay tuned to the #ntenthanks hashtag for the latest MAM happenings, and remember to share your #ntenthanks for another person you appreciate.

A big #ntenthanks to our Member Appreciation Month sponsors:

MAM 2015 sponsors

Andrea Post
Andrea plans gatherings. She thrives on creating the spaces for activists, advocates, and changemakers to connect. She started her career as an organizer on political campaigns, did her obligatory time as a San Francisco citizen during the first dot-com boom, then went to the corporate world where she handed out the big checks in charitable giving, sponsorships, and community relations. One of those sponsorships 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 Portland Timbers and the San Francisco Giants.