Topic: NTEN News

Welcome to four new board members!

December 6, 2019
As 2019 comes to a close, NTEN welcomes four new board members. They share their thoughts about being invited to join the board.

The digital home of nonprofits is under attack

November 22, 2019
The Internet Society is selling control of .ORG to Ethos, a private equity firm. Read the letter NTEN and 26 organizations have sent protesting this betrayal.

You’re not serious about equity if you don’t post salaries

November 19, 2019
All posts to the NTEN job board require a salary or range. Read why we made this decision and why your organization should too.

5 questions for Jarlisa Corbett

August 29, 2019
Jarlisa Corbett has joined our staff as the office & admin coordinator. She took a break from keeping us organized to play 5 Questions with Amy Sample Ward.

Update to the community on NTEN’s DEI work

August 28, 2019
Diversity, equity, and inclusion don't just happen. Here's what NTEN has been doing for the last few months to further our commitment to our community.

Could Domino’s Pizza change how you design your website?

August 22, 2019
You know your website should be accessible. But is accessibility still an after-thought in your design process? NTEN's CEO Amy Sample Ward explains why you should rethink your site's design and shares her thoughts about NTEN's compliance.

Community input on 20NTC proposals is now open

August 19, 2019
Community input on 20NTC session proposals runs August 19-30. Select your favorites proposals and you could see them become sessions next March in Baltimore.

What we learned from the 20NTC session proposal process

August 14, 2019
Mistakes are a part of life, especially when you're organizing a community-wide event. Here's one we made in the 20NTC proposal process.

Membership is all about you

July 23, 2019
Changes are coming to NTEN's membership program. Read on for what it could mean for you.

5 questions for Thomas Negron

July 16, 2019
Long-time NTEN member Thomas Negron has joined our staff as communications director. Amy Sample Ward asks the tough questions you want to know.