I’ve mentioned this before but I’m super excited to be emceeing NTEN’s Online NTC Live! Livestream on Wednesday and Thursday this week (April 4/5). This is the “in between the sessions” stuff – the taste of the live event that will hopefully give online viewers that sense of being part of the action. Here is a quick rundown for you of the full schedule:
- 1/2 hour break – I’ll be introducing a whole ton of awesome people who will talk a little about what their nonprofits are up to, both as newbies and veterans of the NTC conference; I’ll also talk about latest news hot off the press, and some of the service projects going on around San Francisco.
- 1/2 hour break – I’ll interview a bunch of folks about takeaways from fundraising sessions they attended; then David Neff will interview Melissa Roberts & Drew Bearn from Free Range along with Dan Michel from Feeding America on innovation
- Wrap-up – I’ll be talking to Evonne Heyning of TechSoup about livestreaming / hybrid tips. Meta, right?
- Opening keynote – panel on innovation. I expect this to be a million miles away from the similarly-themed association conferences I’ve been to recently – will tell you all about it here on the blog later. These people don’t just sit around and talk about innovation, they are out there changing the world.
- 15 min break – David Neff will get some reactions to the keynote, and I’ll interview some of the finalists for the DoGooder Video Awards, to preview the awards handed out at lunch.
- Awards lunch livestream – we’ll see all of the amazing people deserving recognition for changing the world this past year. Incredibly inspiring and moving.
- 1/2 hour break – I’ll talk to Frank Barry of Blackbaud about the Social Networking Report and international volunteers from Netsquared’s Global Leadership Council will share their experiences of the conference.
- Wrap-up. Maybe a book giveaway? We’ll see if I have any books left after the signing on Tuesday. Then I’ll cry because I’ll be so sad that it’s over.
Here’s Dave to give you a quick taster. Hope you can join us – register now. It’s the best $200 you’ll spend all year.
(Awesome photo credit - Kathi Bahr, Free Range)