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A Trip Down Memory Lane

May 7, 2018 by Leena Waite0

As we prepare for Sharing Innovation 2018 in October, we thought we’d take a trip down memory lane to our 2017 event. Whether you missed last year or need a little convincing to attend this year (as if!?), check out the first of our four Sharing Innovation 2017 Blog Video Series below.  With two speakers each over last year’s themes of Technology for Collaboration, Adaptive Partnerships, Smart Growth and Sustainability, we’re certain you’ll walk away with not only some fresh innovative ideas, but also the desire to (re)connect with the NCN community this October!

So without further ado, this week we focus on…

Theme: Technology for Collaboration

Tools for Nonprofit Managers for Visualizing, Measuring, and Building Cross-Sector Collaborative Networks

Dr. Danielle Varda
University of Colorado, Denver, CO

Dr. Danielle Varda from the Center on Network Science (CNS) at UCD’s School of Public Affairs will present two online tools that nonprofit managers can use to collect real-world data in their effort to build, manage, and evaluate cross-sector networks.

Community Developed Collaborative Software for Nonprofits

Greg Bugbee and Dan Salazar
CCAT, Inc., East Hartford, CT

This concept of community developed collaborative software discovers needs and collaboratively develops Open Source technology solutions with the nonprofit community.

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About Our Blogger:

Leena Waite

Leena Waite manages NCN’s membership network, connecting individuals and organizations with the resources they need from the exploratory stage to the established, as centers and/or shared service providers. In addition, she works with NCN’s consulting team to help clients find innovative and practical solutions to their nonprofit challenges through shared resources. Before NCN, Leena was the Director of Volunteer Management and Educational Programming for five years at America’s Grow-a-Row (AGAR), a New Jersey based non-profit that grows and gleans fresh produce for hunger agencies and food desert areas across the state. Prior to that, she served as the Director of Children’s Ministries of Chatham Township and the Healthy Choices Coordinator at the Community Soup Kitchen and Outreach Center in Morristown, NJ. She received a Masters of Arts in Ministry from Drew Theological School and continues to make use of her music degrees from Carnegie Mellon University (BFA) and the University of Michigan (MM and Masters in Improvisation) as a freelance violinist in the Denver area.

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