Topic: Member Spotlight

Member Spotlight: Lisa Jervis

May 3, 2018
Most of the people I work with are social justice organizers, so being able to concretely support movements for racial, economic, and gender justice is why I do what I do.

Member Spotlight: Contessa Siegner

March 5, 2018
I had the honor of attending my first Nonprofit Technology Conference last year in DC and loved connecting with other individuals who also work in the technical field of nonprofits. It is so good to share ideas and best practices. I love that I can throw out a question to our NTEN community about a problem that I am trying to solve and hear feedback and solutions that have already been implemented.

Member Spotlight: LaMont Sledge

February 1, 2018
Most of my time is spent brand building using print, video, and online platforms. I'm very passionate about my design work. I love taking a project from idea to fruition that creates movement in people.

Member spotlight: Melissa Berrett

January 2, 2018
I often compare my IT motivation to climbing a mountain. Just when you get to the top and celebrate, you realize you are only half way done with your climb. Things are always changing in IT and I never want to feel stagnant or “done.”

Member spotlight: Stuart McClain

December 4, 2017
I love using technology to accomplish goals, to help support people succeed and do better. It really gives me a sense of accomplishment when I can use technology to solve a problem.

Member spotlight: Lanette Rivera

November 6, 2017
NTEN member Lanette Rivera, Development and Communications Associate at the Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth, shares her journey into nonprofit work, her passion for telling the stories of homeless youth, and why collaboration is better than competition.

Member spotlight: Emilio Arocho

October 3, 2017
NTEN member Emilio Arocho, Director, Technology and Digital Strategy at the Food and Drug Law Institute, shares his nonprofit tech story, including what his organization did when their website platform failed, the importance of project management skills, and how your contributions make a difference (even if you don't realize it).