This Saturday, Software for Good is leading a panel discussion at MinneBar on The Intersection of Nonprofits and Technology. We are excited to announce today that those nonprofit technologists panelists are:
Damien Riehl is an Attorney at Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi, where he is a litigator who regularly works on nonprofit cases. LinkedIn
Douglas Hegley is the Technology Director of the MIA (Minneapolis Institute of Arts). Prior to MIA he worked at The Metropolitan Museum of Art for 14 years creating a collaborative and open technology operation. @dhegley
Jeff Lin is the Founder Bust Out Solutions and has been developing software solutions for nonprofits for over 15 years. @jefflin
Justin Ware is the Director of Interactive Communication at Bentz Whaley Flessner. Justin regularly advises nonprofits on their social media strategies and helps them build online ambassador awareness. @justinjware
Sona Mehring is the founder of CaringBridge and is frequently recognized and honored for her passion and visionary leadership. In 2013 Minnesota Monthly placed her 41st on their list of the 75 most influential people of the Twin Cities. She was named one of 2011’s “Most Influential Women in Technology” by Fast Company. @gogosona
We’ll discuss how nonprofits use technology to better achieve success with higher donations, lower costs, better marketing results and cause awareness. We’ll learn what works and what doesn’t. We’ll talk about what tools are the most successful, and which ones are the most painful.
See you there!