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Apr 28, 2021
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We were thrilled to spend a few days learning and connecting alongside many of you last month at the 2021 Nonprofit Technology Conference. But that learning and connecting aren't over!

Online Forums

NTEN's online forums connect community members virtually around topics of interest from technology tools to job experiences to personal identities. Regardless of your job description or career experience, there's a space for asking questions, sharing resources, and connecting with your peers.

We offer online groups on a range of topics, and you can even start a new one!

Local Tech Clubs

NTEN's Tech Clubs connect community members in local areas across the U.S., Canada, and beyond. Some groups have continued to host events virtually during the pandemic, but all groups look forward to gathering again when possible. These groups create valuable opportunities for nonprofit professionals of all backgrounds to connect with local peers, service providers, and potential collaborators.

We're excited for all Tech Clubs to return safely to events in the future and want you to be part of it!
Tristan Penn

Tristan Penn


Senior Manager of Equity and Accountability, NTEN

I'm originally from Central Kansas and am a citizen of the Navajo Nation. I've worked in nonprofits for the past 16 years, primarily Boys & Girls Clubs and youth development organizations. I'm passionate about nonprofit community engagement, organizational best practices, youth development, and diversity, equity, and inclusion.
I began my professional DEI work with Pacific Educational Group's three-year cohort/professional development initiative "Beyond Diversity: Courageous Conversations" while working for the Boys & Girls Club and Lawrence Public School in 2009. Coupled with my lived experience as a Black and Navajo professional, I have served on previous organizations' equity teams and been a facilitator for DEI (rooted in racial equity) in the workplace and nonprofit programming.

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