Be seen at the 2019 Nonprofit Technology Conference.
October 1, 2018

Registration opens for the best conference of the year

NTEN is proud to host the 2019 Nonprofit Technology Conference in Portland, Oregon

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We flipped the switch this morning to open registration for the 2019 Nonprofit Technology Conference! This is NTEN’s annual conference, and we are expecting more than 2000 nonprofit technology professionals to gather for three days of educational sessions, connection, and fun!


The 19NTC will be hosted in NTEN’s hometown of Portland, OR! We are planning more than 200 educational sessions in five categories: IT, Fundraising, Leadership, Marketing and Communications, and Program. Sessions are suggested and chosen by the nonprofit technology community, and we support our speakers to create engaging sessions that reflect the excellence and diversity of this sector.

Around the 19NTC

But the fun doesn’t stop at the session room door! We are also creating a bustling exhibit hall, packed with the very best nonprofit tech resources and ideas, a Career Center, games and places to connect with your favorite tech companies, as well as NTEN staff!

Further afield

Our host city of Portland, OR, is a uniquely quirky place and we want to help you explore it! Every conference attendee will receive passes for the duration of our conference to ride our world-class transit system from their hotel to the conference center, and take in the best Portland has to offer.

Early bird registration is open now. Register now to lock in the best rate!

We can’t wait to see you.

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.