Applications are now closed for the 2019 NTC

The NTC Session Advisory Committee is a group of experts, thought leaders, and champions of nonprofit technology. They provide input as part of our community-driven process to develop the high-quality educational agenda for the annual Nonprofit Technology Conference.

Committee members are chosen based on demonstrated expertise in related content areas, thought leadership related to nonprofit technology, and a commitment to creating a high-quality, inclusive agenda for the conference.  Three to five committee members are selected to represent each of the content categories for educational sessions.

New for 19NTC
We will be introducing a new type of session type: tactical. These tactical sessions will be 30 minutes long, with a narrow focus on tools, tips, and tactics that attendees can implement immediately. To support this new type of session we are adding a new category (see below) that committee members will be assigned to and vote on.


Committee members are expected to participate from June through September 2018 in the following ways:

  • Participate in monthly committee calls (no more than 1 hour per month)
  • Collaborate to create a list of suggested topics
  • Assist with outreach during the public proposal stage of the process
  • Vote on proposals within a particular area of expertise
  • Support NTEN’s commitment to diversity, equality, and inclusion during all stages of developing the educational agenda for the conference

Please note that participation on the Session Advisory Committee in no way excludes individuals or their associated organizations from participating in the community-driven proposal process as well.

If this opportunity sounds like a good fit for your skills and interest area, please complete the form below.

The application process to join the 19NTC Session Advisory Committee is now closed.

Have additional questions? Feel free to reach out to Ash Shepherd, NTEN’s Education Director at