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Wednesday, March 4 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Wearable and Mobile Tech: What it Means for Nonprofits - #15NTCwearable

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From Google Glass, to Health Monitoring devices and fitness app, and to the iBeacon, new technologies are putting a world of data and possibilities in front of nonprofits. Together we’ll go through some of the implications of these new devices and apps, and how nonprofits can effectively utilize them.

We’ll discuss their uses for advocacy, costs, the privacy concerns they can raise, and how to make good decisions about investing resources into them and putting them to use for your organization.

Speakers
avatar for Miranda

Miranda

National Online Campaign Manager, Food & Water Watch
I'm a digital organizer working at Food & Water Watch in Washington, D.C. | | I work to create online campaigns to engage supporters and win real victories to make sure everyone has access to clean drinking water and safe food. | | I am a true believer in the power of grassroots organizing. When we bring people together, we can stand up to corporations that put profit over people!
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Avi Kaplan

Director of Online Strategy, Rad Campaign
Avi advises nonprofits on social media best practices and how to maximize their return on impact. At Rad Campaign Avi works with clients such as the Sunlight Foundation, American Rivers, Hillel International, and more. Before joining Rad Campaign he was the Director of Online Community and Special Projects at Epic Change where he co-founded Epic Thanks, TweetsGiving, a global celebration of gratitude and giving.
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Jared Seltzer

Partner/CTO, Rad Campaign
Jared is the co-founder of Rad Campaign and serves as the firms Chief Information Architect and Lead Programmer. Jared's background in web development and web centric applications is extensive and includes network architecture and management, web design, web development and building custom social networking applications.
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Michael Sola

VP of Operations, Fight Colorectal Cancer
Helping people with technical and commonsense solutions has been part of my professional life. I bring a strong sense of customer service to the work and look to always improving the world around me. I have a love for the environment and desire an end to disease and waste. Talk to me about Firefly, Battlestar Galactica, Star Trek ( new or old ), Fringe. I believe in the right tools for the right jobs. Change is a way of life.


Wednesday March 4, 2015 1:30pm - 3:00pm
MR 5A

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