Impact

March, 2018

Technology Trends for Nonprofit Organizations

Like many individuals and small businesses, nonprofit organizations struggle to keep pace with the latest developments in technology – while knowing that these developments could have a profound impact on their success in accomplishing their goals. To help nonprofits navigate these waters, the Listen Learn Care Foundation sponsored the Difference Makers Leadership Forum on March 22 and 23 at Old School Square Center for the Arts in Delray Beach. Foundation President Mary Wong stated that the Leadership Forum, formerly known as the Weekend in Boca, featured dynamic speakers, up-to-the-minute information and ample time for networking and informal discussion of common issues shared by many organizations. The theme of the Leadership Forum was “Technology Trends for Nonprofit Organizations.” Topics included “How to Generate Revenue and Save Resources with Technology,” “Video Marketing: Share Your Story & Build an Engaged Community Online,” “Nonprofit Digital Transformation” and “Awaken the Power of Purpose.”

Leadership Forum speakers include:

  • Felecia Hatcher, Founder, Code Fever and BlackTechWeek
  • Brian Sooy, President, Aespire Branding and Design Communications
  • Kate Volman, Marketing Strategist
  • Chris McDaniel, MBA, Vice President of Sales, vTECH IO, DellEMC Premiere Partner
  • Brittany Valdes, Business Sales Specialist, Microsoft
  • Brooks Nelson, Director, Global Resilience, Corporate Citizenship Center, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation
  • Leah Halbina, Digital Marketing Coordinator, Achieve Agency
  • Michael Chatman, President and CEO, Cape Coral Community Foundation
  • Mary Wong, President, Listen Learn Care Foundation

Please check out the video recap of the event below!

Click the links below to find photos of the event on the Foundation’s Facebook page: