october, 2020

20oct10:00 am5:30 pmENCC-X Day 2Digital Leadership and Product Workshops

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Event Details

For years, we’ve hosted our annual Engaging Networks Community Conference (ENCC) in five global locations. ENCCs bring together our clients, partners, and staff to explore the Engaging Networks platform and all of the varied uses that the leading non-profits have for a robust eCRM.

This year, we are mixing things up just a bit. Haven’t registered yet? REGISTER HERE.

We’ll still have case studies, product workshops, innovation sessions, and panel discussions, but we are adding a new twist (and an extra half-day of content). Day 2 focuses on digital leadership and product workshops. Take a look at some of our amazing speakers for Day 2 and check back soon for a full agenda.

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Time

(Tuesday) 10:00 am - 5:30 pm

Organizer

Engaging Networks 1146 19th Street, NW, Suite 800

Speakers for this event

  • Mwosi Swenson

    Mwosi Swenson

    President & CEO at Mal Warwick Donordigital

    President & CEO at Mal Warwick Donordigital

  • David Plotz

    David Plotz

    CEO

    David Plotz is CEO of a local news podcasting startup owned by the Graham Holdings Company. He also hosts the Slate Political Gabfest, the popular weekly podcast. From 2014 to 2020, Plotz was CEO of Atlas Obscura, the media and experiences company devoted to celebrating and visiting the world’s most wondrous places. From 2008-14, Plotz was Editor-in-Chief of Slate. Earlier in his career, Plotz was also Deputy Editor, Washington Editor, and Staff Writer for Slate. He also worked as a senior editor and staff writer for the Washington City Paper. He is the author of two books, The Genius Factory: The Curious History of the Nobel Prize Sperm Bank and the bestseller Good Book: The Bizarre, Hilarious, Disturbing, Marvelous, and Inspiring Things I Learned When I Read Every Single Word of the Bible. He lives in Washington, DC, with three children.

    CEO

  • Kelly Small

    Kelly Small

    Executive Creative Director at Grassriots

    Kelly Small is an award-winning creative director, designer, and writer with deep roots in communications, marketing, and advertising, and a special focus on ethical and inclusive practice. Creative leader, strategist, and affiliated design researcher with Emily Carr University, Small holds an interdisciplinary master’s degree in design where their research focused on creative industry ethics, activism, social innovation, and sustainability. Kelly is the executive creative director at Grassriots Inc., and lives in Toronto with their partner, Dahlia, and bonus kiddo, Evan.

    URL https://kellysmall.myportfolio.com/projects

    Executive Creative Director at Grassriots

  • Brani Milosevic

    Brani Milosevic

    Independent Digital Strategist and Consultant

    Branislava is a digital communications strategist with almost 20 years experience in the UK charity sector. She forged her digital leadership, fundraising and campaigning experience at some of the biggest Britain's charities. Branislava started Digital Leadership Ltd to help develop individuals, teams and senior management to lead digital transformation in their organisations. Branislava has coordinated peer groups of digital specialists in the charity sector to deliver digital solutions for coalition campaign moments including Make Poverty History and has since been developing and implementing public mobilisation strategies for various NGO campaigns.

    Independent Digital Strategist and Consultant

  • Ryann Miller

    Ryann Miller

    Director of Partnerships at Grassriots

    Hi I'm Ryann Miller, Director of Partnership at Grassriots, a strategic and creative agency that pushes boundaries. I partner with charities and nonprofits to use digital and integrated strategies for fundraising, marketing, advocacy and engagement. At Grassriots, we're relationship-focused, and I'm the master of the coffee date. One of my passions is the state of digital maturity within the nonprofit sector - this is, as we all know, is a shape-shifting, amorphous, glorious beast of a thing that has redefined not just the work but also how we do the work. It's messy and it's fascinating. I've been doing and learning digital for 15 years: most recently at Care2, where I helped to build the Canadian market, before moving to Grassriots. I'm big on sector growth, big on building relationships, and, as noted above, big on leveraging digital maturity to help organizations level up.

    Director of Partnerships at Grassriots

  • Gina Vanderloop

    Gina Vanderloop

    President & CEO at ROI Solutions

    President & CEO at ROI Solutions

  • Steve Kehrli

    Steve Kehrli

    Vice President of Development at PETA

    Steve Kehrli is Vice President of Development for the PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) Foundation and helps oversee the organization’s fundraising efforts, focusing on new innovative technologies that connect existing and would-be philanthropists with the many different facets of PETA’s work. Having first joined PETA as a card-carrying member in 1998, his work career started as a list broker with Names in the News helping different animal and environmental charities. PETA was one of the first groups he was assigned and immediately connected to their mission and effectiveness as a non-profit. Steve’s for-profit career also included working at American List Counsel and Adams Hussey and Associates. At PETA, Steve has been influential in transforming organizational culture around fundraising, optimizing business processes, establishing key relationships, and driving revenue for all fundraising programs. He is continually creating and implementing new ways to engage supporters through initiatives such as interactive town hall meetings, Facebook Live events, peer-to-peer texting, all of which have helped PETA reach more individuals in an effective and cost efficient manner. Among Steve’s many roles is leading the direct response team efforts which encompasses finding the right message, medium and time to reach supporters. The organization has won more than 10 excellence in marketing awards from the Direct Marketing Association of Washington during his tenure. He oversees the Membership Services and Communications departments where membership satisfaction rates have steadily increased. He also works closely with industry partners such as ROI Solutions, Engaging Networks, Mal Warwick Donordigital and M+R to collaborate.

    Vice President of Development at PETA

  • Dane Grams

    Dane Grams

    National Membership Director at Human Rights Campaign

    Dane Grams currently serves as the National Membership Director for the Human Rights Campaign - the nation’s largest and most influential LGBTQ advocacy organization. In this capacity he is responsible for inspiring and engaging more than 3 million members and supporters across the country to fight for equality. Over the course of his more than two decades in the non-profit world, he has motivated millions to open their minds, and their wallets to support worthy causes. He is proud to have helped shaped some of the best brands in the business including Amnesty International and Greenpeace USA but has decided to call HRC home because their staff, volunteers and members are the most generous people in the world, and of course, the snappiest dressers.

    National Membership Director at Human Rights Campaign

  • Erik Rubadeau

    Erik Rubadeau

    CEO/Founder, Yeeboo Digital

    Erik Rubadeau is an experienced digital strategist, online fundraiser and non-profit technology specialist. Erik is currently the CEO of Yeeboo Digital, a data driven technology and full service online fundraising and technology agency.

    CEO/Founder, Yeeboo Digital

  • Graham Covington

    Graham Covington

    Founder and CEO of Engaging Networks

    Inspired by his time working for a Canadian cabinet member, Graham set out to create an online tool to facilitate better communication and strengthen the relationship between voter and politician. Engaging Networks (originally called Advocacy Online) evolved to include fundraising, email and CRM capabilities. These days, he loves putting together our technology roadmap and dreaming up innovative ways that we can help our clients achieve their mission.

    Founder and CEO of Engaging Networks

  • Jen Frazier

    Jen Frazier

    President at Firefly Partners

    Jen Frazier founded Firefly Partners in 2007 and has more than 20 years of experience in the nonprofit sector. During her tenure at Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Jen started their first online action network and helped build a database of more than 500,000 pro-choice supporters. She held several different positions inside the organization, and ultimately served as their Online Marketing Director. In her role as President of Firefly, Jen combines her online expertise with a commitment to helping progressive nonprofits achieve their goals. Jen has been an activist and progressive champion since high school. She holds a B.A. in History with a Minor in Women’s Studies and Italian from University of Oregon and an M.A. in Public Policy with a Concentration in Women’s Studies from George Washington University. When she is not planted in front of a computer, Jen is usually found engaged in some sort of outdoor activity with her husband and two kids in Boulder, CO or the surrounding area.

    President at Firefly Partners

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