Communication plan, check. Strategic plan, check. Technology plan, ? If you find yourself in this position, you are not alone. Most leaders have not systematically thought through a cohesive technology strategy. This interactive workshop will help you assess your current status and plan for the future. Participants will go home with a set of questions to bring back to their team and a worksheet to help with further planning.
1) Understand why it is important to think strategically about your relationship to the technology you use to manage your programs.
2) Prioritize needs within your programs and align them to technology decisions.
3) Build an action plan for getting the most out of your existing technology platform or choosing a new one that better suits your needs.
Laura believes that physical activity is the best way to achieve “flow” state.
She has hands on professional experience as a Solutions Engineer and Senior Corporate Citizenship Advisor for technology platforms like MicroEdge and Blackbaud. She’s successfully lead foundation and corporate clients to realize their full potential by pairing technology solutions with client needs.
Personally, Laura is an entrepreneur, competitive athlete, teacher, and community builder. She fuses a forward-looking focus on organizational improvement with a love for educating and empowering individuals.
Laura brings a strong analytical mindset, earning a degree in Microbiology, and a subsequent MBA in Sustainable Management.
Antoinette believes the best ice cream is the kind eaten for breakfast.
She has deep, direct experience working for major corporate foundations in multiple capacities including; employee giving, grants management, sponsorship activation and technology training. She’s driven transformative efforts to successfully innovate programs, select and implement technology, strengthen vendor relationships, and exponentially increase employee engagement and community impacts.
Personally, Antoinette maintains strong ties to nonprofit organizations. She has served as a trainer, events director and board relationship manager across a large spectrum of arts, environmental, and social service organizations. She takes a holistic approach to solutions, with a sharp eye for improved efficiency, and doesn’t hesitate to roll up her sleeves to make things happen.
Antoinette brings a deep personal focus, leveraging her liberal arts degree, and exceptional network of industry practitioners.