Webinar: Why Attend 18NTC

Join NTEN’s CEO Amy Sample Ward and Conference Director Andrea Post to learn more about the the 2018 Nonprofit Technology Conference and how you can make the most of your experience.

The NTC features over 100 educational sessions, an exhibit hall highlighting the latest nonprofit products and services, and networking events each day.

If you’re curious about 18NTC and want to know why so many people say it’s the can’t-miss conference of the year, join us! Find out what to expect at this year’s NTC in New Orleans, get some tips on making the most of your attendance, and learn about all the ways you can network with your nonprofit peers. We’ll have time to answer questions and share some moments from previous NTCs.

Speaker: Amy Sample Ward
Amy is dedicated to educating and supporting organizations in using technology to create meaningful community engagement and make lasting change. Whether it is by connecting individuals, organizations, campaigns, or possibilities, Amy hopes to facilitate the nonprofit technology sector transitioning into a movement-based force for positive change. In addition to serving as NTEN’s CEO, she is a speaker, author, and trainer having worked with groups and spoken at events around the world. In 2013, she co-authored Social Change Anytime Everywhere: How to implement online multichannel strategies to spark advocacy, raise money, and engage your community with Allyson Kapin. She previously co-authored Social by Social, a handbook in using social technologies for social impact, and has contributed to various other publications about social change and technology. After opportunities to live and travel around the US and beyond, she is happy to be back in her native state of Oregon. Offline, Amy is hiking, biking, or exploring with her husband, son, and dog, with a preference for Oregon’s coast or wine country.
Speaker: 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.