Thursday, November 29, 2012 8:30AM - 10:00AM
|Nonprofit Roundtable/NoVA/Montgomery Members||Free|
Join the Technology for Nonprofits roundtable to discuss how nonprofits can best use mobile technology to increase their productivity when travelling or in the field; use cell phones for organizing, communicating, and campaigning; and what questions to ask before your staff goes mobile. Michelle Warner, Director of Mobile Citizen, will join us to discuss how your organization can have its own mobile hotspot for less than one Chop’t salad per month.Michelle Warner | Director, Mobile Citizen
Michelle Warner is the Director of Mobile Citizen, a nonprofit organization aiming to change the way other nonprofits work and raise funds through the use of affordable mobile technology. She has spent her career helping nonprofits of all sizes and is passionate about helping them build their capacity so they are able to innovate and grow. Warner holds an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and an undergraduate degree from the University of Illinois.
Mobile Citizen is the first fourth generation (4G) service provider in the US to offer mobile broadband service exclusively to education and non-profit organizations at remarkably low cost. Mobile Citizen's wireless Internet service is powered by 4G technology which makes it lightning fast and easy to use.
Tim Forbes | Vice President of Products and Marketing | @timothyforbes
Tim orchestrates the ongoing development of PICnet's web solutions and gets the word out on how they can make nonprofits more efficient and effective. These duties are informed and inspired by more than a decade of work at non-profits in the U.S. and overseas where his experience has included project management, strategic planning, marketing, and fundraising as well as website development.
Tim has a B.A. in Communication and Masters in Public Administration with an emphasis on NGO Management from the Daniel J. Evans School of Public Affairs at the University of Washington.
In partnership with 501cTech, formerly NPower Greater DC Region.