March 22, 2011

Photos from Nonprofit Technology Conference

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Moria Gunn & Donna Edwards
NPR’s Moira Gunn and Rep. Donna Edwards, D-Md., at the end of their chat at 2011 NTC.
 

And a wealth of connections made — and introductions sought

JD LasicaHere’s my Flickr photo set from the Nonprofit Technology Conference held Thursday to Saturday in Washington, D.C. at the Washington Hilton — 89 photos in all. I got a chance to try out my new Canon 5D Mark II and 70-200mm lens.

It was the biggest (2,008 attendees, founder Holly Ross announced) and best NTC yet.

I’ll be writing several posts over the coming days and weeks about some of the highlights. I snagged video interviews with Mark Horvath of Invisiblepeople.tv, Jonathan Greenblatt of AllforGood and Ramya Raghavan of YouTube.

Other folks I met or got better acquainted with included:

• Jeanette Russell, Democracy in Action
• Brian Choc, Teaming for Technology Colorado
• Tim Lim & Matt Slutsky, Change.org
• Matt Mahan and Susan Gordon of Causes
• Randy Paynter, Care2
• Tatiana Marshall, Oceana
• Claire Kerr, Artez Interactive
• Redante Asuncion-Reed, American Association of Community Colleges
• Farra Trompeter and Liz Ricca, big duck
• Tom Austin, NeighborWorks America
• Claire Kerr, Artez
• Alex Apostol, Free the Children
• Janelle Kuhlman and Anne Marie Hill, Google Grants
• Ramya Raghavan, YouTube
• Chris Cheng, Google Apps
• Tanya Keen, Google Earth
• Mohammad Al Ansari, The Dictionary Project
• Ashton Jones, Conservation International
• Jessica Lazar, American Lung Association
• Charles Lenchner, Organizing 2.0
• Kathleen Malin, The Rhode Island Foundation
• Jonathan M. Strausberg, Jewish Women International
• Charlotte Rademaekers, call2action
• Daniel Sieradski and Kate Forester, Repair the World
• Andrea Roy, Fountain House
• Aviva Schick, GoodSearch
• Beth Soderbergh, Feminist Majority Foundation
• Michael Kifer, Glide Foundation
• Rick Morgan, Franciscan Friars of the Atonement – Graymoor
• Jonathan Greenblatt, AllforGood & The Aspen Institute
• Duanyelle West, National Multiple Sclerosis Society
• Tim McLaughlin, siteworx
• Amanda Antico-Majkowski, Mobile Internet Content Coalition
• Jonathan Neddenriep, Opportunity International
• Heidi Massey, The Nonprofit Connection
• Jason DeCesare, newyorktelephone.net
• Alex Bernardin, SF AIDS Foundation
• Amy Bastian, The Nature Conservancy
• David Neff, Help Attack!
• Devon Smith, 24usableHours.com
• Brian O’Donnell, blue state digital
• Rebecca Frank, preventobesity.net
• Jen Martin and Alison McQuade, AARP
• Tonia Zampieri, Smart Online
• Jeff Pfaff, mtb Mobile
• Julieth Salazar, Philadelphia HUNE
• Jeremy Crandell, The Crucible
• Carol Ganz, Six Feet Up
• Andre Blackman, @mindofandre
• Justin Patrick Jones

Hoping to connect with these good folks

People I really, truly wanted to meet but ran out of time — perhaps we can connect online, or perhaps someone can introduce us? (I’m @jdlasica on Twitter and my email is [email protected]):

• Andrea Bieling of NARAL Pro-Choice America
• Michael Enos, Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties
• Susan Larkin & Angie Frasier, UNICEF Canada
• Rose Stuckey Kirk, Verizon Foundation
• Philip Adolwa, CARE
• Gene Austin, Convio
• Harlene Appelman, Covenant Foundation
• Steve Andersen, Salesforce.com Foundation
• Ryan Blackburn, Archdiocese of Chicago Catholic Schools
• Steve Adams, Urban Land Institute
• Eric Clark, Operation Smile
• Mackenzie Cummings, National 4-H Council
• Jaclyn Cole, The Humane Society
• Kate Chamberlin, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
• Laura Connors, National Parks Conservation Association
• Alex Crampton, The Centre on Philanthropy
• Juby Chacko, Kidney Cancer Association
• Laura Coley, Make-A-Wish Foundation Of America
• Karla Capers, Union of Concerned Scientists
• Patrick Collins, The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
• Molly Elliott, Covenant House
• Patty MacEwan & John Farmer, American Heart Association
• Ted Fickes, The Wilderness Society
• Whitney Flanagan, The Conservation Fund
• David Acup, Environmental Defense Fund
• Tamara Mon Louis, St. Jude’s
• Megan Ross, Southern Environmental Law Center
• Chris Engstrom, Oxfam America
• Mathhew Emery & Amy Elovove, American Diabetes Association
• Sarah Heffern, National Trust for Historic Preservation
• Stacy Clinton, Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health
• Karen Ball, The Sturge-Weber Foundation
• Ed Berger, American Health Assistance Foundation
• Liz Foley & Morgan Baum & Eric Charping, Consumers Union
• Matt Braman, Hillel Foundation
• Mason Bondi, Mercy Corps
• Kathleen Burke, National Military Family Association
• Michael Ballew, Ronald McDonald House of New York
• Alexander Savage
• Robert Weiner
• Jim Bradbury of the Sierra Club (couldn’t attend)

JD Lasica, founder and former editor of Socialbrite, is co-founder of Cruiseable. Contact JD or follow him on Twitter or Google Plus.

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2 thoughts on “Photos from Nonprofit Technology Conference

  1. JD: I am so jealous of your list of people you got to meet at NTEN! I so wish I could have been there this year – but it was just bad timing with another event I needed to be at. I would love to have met you and others. By the way, Tim Lim from Change.org is a really great guy. I've known him for a while. He's a master connector! I have been told several times I need to meet Charlotte Radamaekers, Heidi Massey, and Amy Bastian. I think it was a fantastic idea for you to put together this list – I wish you lots of success with all of your connections!