Oct 27, 2015-
Oct 27, 2015
08:30AM - 10:30AM
The Whole World in Our Hands: How Mobile, Social and Technology is Changing Nonprofits
Nonprofits for over 25 years providing advice, teaching seminars and writing articles.
Event Description

Presented by John Kenyon

The mobile revolution, in concert with social media and other technologies, is changing the way nonprofits work. These technologies cerate exciting opportunities and impacts the ways organizations operate, communicate, market, fundraise and provide services. We’ll look at the range of effects that mobile connectivity is having on our sector, look at examples of how organizations are learning about using mobile and provide guidelines for approaching the integration of this global trend into your work.

John Kenyon is a nationally recognized expert in online presence for nonprofits. He is an educator and strategist who has worked exclusively with nonprofits for over 25 years providing advice, teaching seminars and writing articles. He contributed the chapter “Effective Online Communications” to the book Managing Technology to Meet your Mission (Jossey-Bass/Wiley, 2009). John an adjunct professor at the University of San Francisco and at Sonoma State University in their Professional Social Media Certificate program. Recent keynotes include the Alliance for Children & Families’ Executive Leadership Institute, Australia’s Connecting Up conference and the Stanford Social Innovation Review’s Nonprofit Management Institute. He has been a featured speaker on online presence and social media topics across the US, England, Australia and online. | | | twitter @jakenyon


Fee: $25.00

Contact Information
Name: Jaime Smedes     Email:
Phone: 707-573-3399      Fax: 707-573-3380



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