About our Speaker: 


Beth Kanter is Chief Executive Officer of Zoetica. Beth is also the author of Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media, one of the longest running and most popular blogs for nonprofits. Beth has over 30 years working in the nonprofit sector. A frequent contributor to many nonprofit technology web sites, blogs, and magazines, Beth has authored chapters in several books, including Managing Technology to Meet Your Mission: A Strategic Guide for Nonprofit Leaders, edited by NTEN and published in 2009. A much in demand speaker and trainer, she was the keynote speaker for the Cambodian Bloggers Conference in Phnom Penh, The Connecting Up Conference in Brisbane, Australia, Minnesota Council on Nonprofits, Making Media Conference in Chicago and others. In 2009, she was named by Fast Company Magazine as one of the most influential women in technology and one of Business Week's Voices of Innovation for Social Media. She is the 2009 Visiting Scholar for Social Media and Nonprofits for the Packard Foundation. She is also a 2010 fellow with the Society for Communications Research.

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The Networked Nonprofit
Using Social Media to Accomplish More With Less

Free Nonprofit 911® Training Materials
(This training took place on July 13, 2010)


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A Networked Nonprofit is a simple, agile and transparent organization that lets outsiders in and insiders out. Large or small, they work more like a network than a single organization.


In The Networked Nonprofit: Connecting With Social Media To Drive Change, co-authors Beth Kanter and Allison Fine show how social media is catalyzing a shift away from "organization-centric" advocacy, governance and communications toward a "networked" approach.


What you'll learn:

  • How to understand social networks through social network analysis
  • How to do more with less by leveraging your network
  • How to create a social culture at your nonprofit
  • How and why you must value relationships as well as transactions

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