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20NTC Session
IT

Increase Your Impact With an Efficient Digital Ecosystem

Description

Rather than looking at systems such as your website and CRM as silos, wouldn’t it be better to understand how all of your tools fit together? In this session, we’ll walk through how to map your digital ecosystem, and how use that insight to create a roadmap for improvements which could include automated integrations, select custom functionality, and new tools to replace legacy systems. When the journey is complete, your team will be more efficient, you will gain a holistic view of how your constituents engage with your organization, and you can create more personalized, compelling digital experiences for your users.

In this session, we’ll go beyond just creating a map, and take the next step of realizing a more efficent future in partnership with 1000 Friends of Oregon.


Learning Outcomes

  • Identify inefficiencies within their ecosystem and learn how improvements through increased automation and fewer disparate tools can help increase impact.
  • Learn how to create a map of their digital ecosystem.
  • Align their digital ecosystem with their organizational goals.

Target Audience

Decision makers in IT, marketing, communications, and development

Tags

IntegrationStrategyWebsites

Speakers

Gabe Carleton-Barnes

Director of Engineering

ThinkShout

Gabe has worked in non-profit technology since an internship in the summer of 2000. He spent over a decade at social justice and environmental nonprofits in New York City and in Portland, OR before joining ThinkShout.

As the Systems Administrator at Ecotrust & The Wild Salmon Center, Gabe gained a deep knowledge of nonprofit technology needs and challenges, solved technical problems of many stripes, and gained a deep understanding of nonprofit culture. As the Operations Director for Immigration Equality, he helped a small non-profit grow from 7 to 17 employees, open an office in DC, form an Action Fund to lobby for political change, and built a unified database for tracking the organization’s constituents, contributions, and legal clients.

Gabe has a BA in Computer Science and Theatre from Oberlin College.

Lev Tsypin

CEO

ThinkShout

Lev co-founded ThinkShout with the goal of bringing digital tools and strategy to organizations working to create lasting, positive change in the world. He believes that business can be a force for good in society, and strives for ThinkShout to reflect that ideal.

Kate Bemesderfer

Development Director

1000 Friends of Oregon

Kate is a nonprofit development professional who believes that 21st-century fundraising requires powerful combinations of storytelling strategy and integrated technologies. Her nonprofit experience spans 22 years and 5 states, and ranges from developing audiences for an offbeat community theater, to establishing a school for young adults with autism, to managing events and public relations for a national landmark, to co-organizing an internationally-recognized 3-day music an cultural festival. As Development Director for 1000 Friends of Oregon, she works to elevate the visibility and impact of Oregon’s unique land use planning program, starting with the first-of-its-kind combination of Drupal, Salsa, and Salesforce represented in the 1000 Friends website, which she developed in partnership with ThinkShout.

Details

Day

Wednesday
March 25, 2020

Time

1:45pm – 3:00pm