Emerging Tech Trends and Their Impact on Social Good
NTEN courses run for one week and are offered twice a year.
We’ll brainstorm how these trends can be used to benefit communication across the board
Participants will learn how to analyze tech trends and weigh pros and cons for usage in their organizations to begin planning for the future.
This session will include tips and tricks for how you can leverage new tech today to turbocharge your org’s impact, outreach and fundraising.
Emerging tech trends such as AI, bots, livestreaming, deepfake videos, influencer/creator culture, and the “internet of things” are changing the world we live in. Tik Tok already has 500 million users, over half as many as Instagram. This session can help you understand what’s coming next by providing a high-level overview of emerging tech trends. We’ll examine thoughts on what’s relevant for nonprofit organizations and how you can navigate or even take advantage of coming innovations to propel your organization’s mission.
We’ll discuss how trends will affect our ability to connect and communicate, and how they’ll impact causes and campaigns. We’ll dispel myths and incorrect theories about emerging tech and tell you what you need to know to begin recalibrating in advance of the next tech wave.
Cheryl ConteeFounder + Chair
Cheryl Contee is the award-winning CEO of the digital agency Do Big Things, a diverse team that is using new narrative and new tech for causes and campaigns to create global change in a new era. Cheryl is the author of Mechanical Bull: How You Can Achieve Startup Success, available on Amazon. Previously, Cheryl was CEO of Fission Strategy, which brought Silicon Valley startup culture to the world’s leading causes and campaigns. She’s the co-founder of Attentive.ly, the first tech startup with a black female founder to be acquired by a NASDAQ company, the National Board Chair for Netroots Nation, and a proud co-founder of #YesWeCode.
Earn While You Learn - Professional Credits
In addition to our own Nonprofit Technology Professional Certificate, NTEN is an approved provider for a number of other professional credentials programs. This course qualifies for the following credits: