A Revolution in Faith-based Organization Websites

On March 1st, the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, California Province, launched their new website – www.snddenca.org. This is the result of over two years of work on their part, during which I consulted with them on strategies and best practices. I have seen so many websites of faith-based organizations and religious communities that are not effective that to me this is a revolutionary new standard to which similar organizations can aspire.

Some elements that I think make it particularly effective: this website includes inviting language that people outside the community can understand, interactive elements for viewing the schools the Sisters founded or are working in, a way to find out about current and former educators connected with those learning communities, a place to submit requests for prayers (and see others requests), even a quiz to see if religious life might be right for you, titled "Got Vocation?". Of course you can also sign up for enews and make an online donation.

I think sites like this can go a long way to dispelling the misconceptions many have about those in religious communities and specifically about nuns. These are not women in habits trying to "convert the heathen". This is a community of intelligent, caring and motivated people, working in our communities to promote Social Justice & Peace, environmental awareness and education as well as spirituality. Their ministries are involved in educating as health care providers, social workers, justice and peace coordinators among other things. They work around the world supporting and educating the poor and disadvantaged.

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Effective Technology Advising Workshop

There were some great discussions in the Effective Technology Advising workshop I facilitated on March 1, 2008 in Birmingham, UK sponsored by lasa. These ranged from contracting to insurance to getting clients. The attendees came from all over the UK from Edinburgh to Wales and Greater London.

It was exciting to hear about the different experiences of these consultants with nonprofit/charity organizations. As always when meeting with nonprofit consultants I am struck by the thread of commonality that connects us all. We all face similar challenges in communicating and marketing our services, creating work agreements, doing investigations, collecting data, determining the best intervention and helping organizations with managing change. Our clients also face similar challenges with internal capacity, improving their capabilities and especially in getting funding for technology initiatives.

I’ll be hosting a dinner and participating in a panel about nonprofit technology consulting at NTEN’s National Technology Conference in New Orleans March 19 – 21.

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What use are the online tools Twitter.com and Digg.com?

I learn something new from my students every time I teach, as well as
from Beth Kanter whenever I am fortunate enough to work with her. This
week in the last of my seven-session NTEN Leadership Series, I
co=presented with Beth on “The Next Latest Things: The Future of Tech
in Nonprofits”, mainly focused on Web 2.0®  and Social Networking.

I finally learned what Twitter was about as Beth gave a great live
example of how she was able to make a “tweet” – Twitter language for
writing a short update on what you are doing, where you are or what you
are thinking about – about  doing the training. She has over 600 people
who listen to her tweets, so within just  few minutes people were
sending “replies” about what she wrote.

How can a person listen and talk to hundreds of people in virtually
real time? I was really impressed about the immediacy and using the
technology to tap into the wisdom of the group, but I still have a hard
time wanting to do it myself. I think many like me already feel
overwhelmed just with email and other things we want to read, so
getting involved ins something like this seemed like something for
which I am not quite ready.

My other learning was about digg.com. One of the students in the
session mentioned that he goes in to see sites that people “dig” and
then they post it on the website. As more and more people agree that
they too “dug” the site or a story, its ranking goes up higher. The
student shared that he often reads about news days before he reads it
in the mainstream press and that is one of the things he likes about it.

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Birmingham, UK – National Circuit Rider Conference 4.0

I’m thrilled to be attending and presenting at England’s Circuit Rider Conference 4.0 this year. Mine is one ofUkcircuitriderlogo
three sessions dealing with online engagement. My presentation focuses on telling stories digitally using the internet and Web 2.0 tools. The others are on helping npo’s understand and plan for use of Web 2.0 tools and Online Community Building and Engagement. There are also speedgeek sessions – short updates, often product- or product category-specific – on web-based tools, healthy computing, basic open source software options and Ubuntu.

In addition, I will be presenting my full-day Effective Advising Training which helps nonprofit technology staff and consultants build better practices.

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Kids Count Conference

In collaboration with Idealware, I presented their session on Google Analytics at the Kids Count NetworkIdealwarelogo conference here in San Francisco. This is a wonderful program of the Annie E. Casey Foundation facilitating information sharing and collaboration among 53 member organizations who focus on a wide range of
children’s issues.

Google Analytics is a powerful tool that helps you make better decisions about your website content and navigation by tracking activity. I’d recommend contacting Laura Quinn at Idealware if you interested in engaging in consulting or training on this important part of online strategy.

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Rates & Terms

USDeptofLabor “I valued and appreciated your teaching and guidance. The workshop was superb and very much tailored to my current needs, knowledge and understanding”

– Jose Carnevali
Deputy Regional Director, Office of Public Affairs
U.S. Department of Labor

Consulting Rates

Professional consulting services, including coaching and project management, are available both by project and an hourly rate. Work is done at client request and there is no long-term obligation outside the agreed-upon scope of work.

Commercial/For Profit Hourly Rate:  $200

Nonprofit Hourly Rate: $175

A retainer, equal to 4 hours or 20% of the quoted project total, is required to commence work.

Read about my consulting services  |   See my client list

Training Rates

I have delivered a variety of keynote and seminars engagements for conferences, associations and organizations around the world. My primary areas of expertise include  nonprofit technology, strategic technology planning, effective online presence and social media. 

Full-Day: $4,000

Half-Day: $2,000

Training services include curriculum development, customization of the material for the organization/audience, slide production, professional training delivery and facilitation of discussions. Travel and travel-related expenses are not included.


Notes: Developing curriculum from scratch requires 40 hours of work per hour of training. For this reason, training rates are higher than consulting rates. Training services provided during the course of a larger consulting engagement may be discounted.

Read about my training services  

See recent trainings   |  See upcoming trainings

Terms: Consulting

I am happy to have a call with you (up to 30 minutes) to discuss a potential engagement. I then draft an agreement and work plan for us to discuss and agree on.

My terms include:

  • A retainer and signed contract are required to commence work

  • Work is warrantied to be performed in a workmanlike manner

  • Work is confidential

  • When not billed by project, work is billed at an hourly rate in fifteen-minute increments, invoiced monthly, payable within 30 days
  • Either party can terminate with two weeks notice

  • Travel expenses are charged outside the San Francisco Bay 
    Area and include lodging, transportation and incidentals

To request more information, please Email Me

© John Kenyon Consulting,
2005 – 2014


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Services: Training: Highlights/Recent


2014 Training Highlights

ConnectingUp logoTechnology Leadership Academy:
Creating a Technology Plan

Connecting Up Australia
Eight week webinar series covering all major areas of
technology planning, budgeting and implementation
March – May 2014 – online

Learn, You Will: Training Tips from Jedi Masters
co-presented with Beth Kanter, Cindy Leonard and Andrea Berry
NTEN’s 2014 Nonprofit Technology Conference
March 13, 2014 – Washington, D.C.

Measuring Success in Social Media
@home L.A. Homeless Service Providers
March 19, 2014 – online

Sonoma SUProfessional Social Media Certificate Program
Measurement Module
Sonoma State University
April, 2014 – Rohnert Park, CA

Measuring Success in Social Media
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation & George Washington University’s
Aligning Forces for Quality Initiative Conference
May 7, 2014 – San Diego, CASan Mateo County

Social Media for Arts Organizations
San Mateo County Arts Council
June 13, 2014 – San Mateo, CA


2013 Training Highlights

Technology Planning & Mapping Business Processes
Parent Center Network Technology Project
January – March 2013 – online

AllianceChildFamWhiteTechnology for Human Services Leaders
Alliance for Children & Families’ Executive Leadership Institute
May 5, 2013 – Ann Arbor, MI

Technology Planning for Nonprofit Leaders
Connecting Up Australia Masterclass
May 15, 2013 – Gold Coast, AustraliaConnectingUp logo

The Whole World In Your Hand: Embracing the Mobile Revolution
Connecting Up Nonprofit Technology Conference
May 16, 2013 – Gold Coast, Australia

CaravanStudiosFoundational Elements of Online Fundraising
Caravan Studios/TechSoup Global
June 5, 2013 – online

Building Better Relationships Through Social Media
w/ Sarah R. Moore
Compasspoint Nonprofit Services
June 11, 2012 – Oakland, CA

Nonprofit Technology 101
Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN)
Three part webinar series
June 12 -26, 2013 – online

Y&HSodaFdnThe Impact & Opportunity of Mobile for Nonprofits
Y&H Soda Foundation Grantee Meeting
July 30, 2013

Nonprofit Technology Panel
National Conference of Bar Foundations Annual Meeting
August 9, 2013 – San Francisco, CA

Online Fundraising Series
Foundation Center’s Expert in Residence Program
September, 2013 – San Francisco, CA & onlineSSIR

Mobile + Social + Technology for Nonprofits
Stanford Social Innovation Review’s
Nonprofit Management Institute

September 10, 2013 – Palo Alto, CA

Principles of Effective Social Media
Packard LogoDavid & Lucile Packard Foundation
Summer Matters Grantee Convening
September 29, 2013 – Los Altos, CA

Creating A Social Media Plan
Hewlett-Foundation-LogoWilliam and Flora Hewlett Foundation
Spitfire Strategies Communication Workshop
October 16, 2013 – Washington, D.C.


2012 Training Highlights

NTEN logoFrom Computers to the Cloud:
Technology Essentials for Nonprofit Leaders

Nonprofit Technology Network
January 17, 2012 – online

Compasspointlogo Storytelling and Social Media:
How to bring the story of your nonprofit
alive with social media
w/ Sarah R. Moore
Compasspoint Nonprofit Services
March 6, 2012 – San Francisco, CA

Informa logoKeynote:
Social Media For Not for Profits
The Inagural Social Media for Not for Profit Conference
March 29, 2012 – Melbourne, Australia

Social Media Planning

w/ Danielle Brigida, NWF
ConnectinguplogoThe Inagural Social Media for Not for Profit Conference
March 30, 2012 – Melbourne, Australia

Strategic Technology Planning Workshops
Connecting Up! Australia
March 12 -15, 2012 – Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide, Australia

NTEN logoNonprofit Cultural Revolution:
Changing Your Organizations Technology Culture
National Technology Conference
April 3-5, 2012 – San Francisco, CA & online

Social Media Principles & Planning
Spitfire Strategies:
Hewlett Grantees Communications AcademySpitfirelogo
June 7, 2012 – Santa Cruz, CA

Technology Planning for Parent Centers
Partners Resource Network, Region 3
September 25, 2012 – Biloxi, MI 


2011 Training Highlights

CVNL The Networked Nonprofit Consultant
Nonprofit Consultants Network
Center for Volunteer & Nonprofit Management
January 12, 2011 – San Rafael, CA

The Written Word on the Web:
Moving Print Publications Online
CompassPoint Nonprofit Services
January 20, 2011 – San Francisco, CA 

Executive Directors Guide to
Storytelling through Social Media
w/ Sarah R. Moore
Center for Volunteer & Nonprofit Management
January 25, 2011 – San Rafael, CA

Fundraising Technologies
Pacer Center Topical Institute
Champions for Children with Disabilities
January 27, 2011 – Washington, D.C.Oseplogo
Pacer Center Home Page

Strategic Technology Planning
Technology Leadership Institute
Parent Centers of Children w/ Disabilities
Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP)
U.S. Department of Education
Pacer Center & Peak Parent Center
January 28, 2011 – Washington D.C

A Common Voice for the NP Tech Community
National Technology Conference
March 17-19, 2011 – Washington D.C

ELI ACF Technology for Human Services Leaders
Executive Leadership Institute
Alliance for Children & Families
May 4, 2011 – Ann Arbor, MI

Region5PTAC Keynote:
More Important Than Social Media:
Effective Websites & Email

Region 5 Parent Technical Assistance Conference
PEAK Parent Center
June 1, 2011 – Denver, CO

Social Media Fraud

American Institute of CPA’s
National Nonprofit Conference
June 10, 2011 – Washington, D.C.


Principles of Effective Social Media
Monterey Association of Fundraising Professionals 
June 23, 2011 – Monterey, CA

Community Foundation of Santa Cruz Countylogo 501(c)(3) Book Club: The Networked Nonprofit
w/ Beth Kanter
Community Foundation Santa Cruz County
July 15, 2011 – Aptos, CA


Sustaining & Implementing Technology Plans
Technology Leadership Institute
Parent Centers of Children w/ Disabilities
Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP)
U.S. Department of Education
Pacer Center & Peak Parent Center
August 4, 2011 – Washington D.C

Minnesota Council of Nonprofits Reduce/Reuse/Recycle: Repurposing Content for Various Channels
Minnesota Council of Nonprofits
Webinar Series
September 13, 2011

AllianceChildFamWhite Make a New Plan, Stan: Effective Social Media Planning
Alliance of Children & Families
Webinar Series
September 14, 2011

CVNLHarnessing the Power of
Storytelling through Social Media
w/ Sarah R. Moore
Center for Volunteer & Noprofit Management
September 15, 2011 – San Rafael, CA

Community Foundation of Santa Cruz CountylogoBuilding a Social Media and Facebook Strategy
w/ Beth Kanter
Community Foundation Santa Cruz County
September 16, 2011 – Santa Cruz, CA

Engaging Stakeholders with Technology & Social Media
Humboldt Area Foundation
NorCAN Strong as Redwoods Regional Nonprofit Conference

September 29, 2011 – Fortuna, CA

Nonprofit Resource CenterKeynote: The Future of Nonprofits –
Turning Technology to Advantage
2011 Annual Conference
Nonprofit Resource Center
October 5, 2011 – Sacramento, CA

FoundationCenter Social Media & Nonprofits
Foundation Center San Francisco

Network Days Conference
October 6, 2011 – San Francisco, CA




Compasspointlogo Storytelling and Social Media:
How to bring the story of your nonprofit
alive with social media
w/ Sarah R. Moore
Compasspoint Nonprofit Services
October 21, 2011 – San Francisco, CA

BayerCtrRMU Keynote: Cornerstones Before Waterslides:
Why Your Website & Email Strategy Matter
in the Social Media Age

Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management

TechNow Conference
October 27, 2011 – Pittsburgh, PA

NTEN logo Nonprofit Techology Planning
Nonprofit Technology Network

November 9, 2011 – online


2010 Training Highlights

Technology Planning & Budgeting
Only open to grantees of HFPG
June 4, 2010 – Hartford, CT
Hartford Foundation for Public Giving
Nonprofit Support ProgramStrategic Technology Program

Engaging Stakeholders (and Raising Money)
With Social Media for Nonprofits

June 10, 2010 – Online
Lorman Education Services

Succeeding at Facebook and Twitter
Media Alliance
June 11, 2010 – Oakland, CA   

Harness the Power: A Wave of Boomers, A Wave of Technology & 
A Sea of
Potential Partnerships 
[Social Media Session]

Part of a two-day workshop presented by
Alliance for Children & Families

June 24 & 25, 2010 – West Palm Beach, FL

An Executive Director’s Guide to Social Media
Compasspointlogo(w/ Sarah Moore)
Compasspoint’s NONPROFIT DAY
August 31, 2010 – San Francisco, CA

Social Media 201
Part 1: What Works: Strategies & Case Studies
Part 2: Creating Your Plan for Social Media

Center for Volunteer and Nonprofit Leadership

September 7, 2010 – San Rafael, CA

National Indian Justice Center logoSucceeding with Facebook & Twitter
National Indian Justice Center
September 8, 2010 – Santa Rosa, CA

Communicating Effectively Online
Rose Foundation logoRose Foundation Grassroots Fund Grantee Convening
The Rose Foundation for Communities and the Environment
October 1, 2010 – Berkeley, CA

Social Networking & Media
AICPA Not-for-Profit Financial Executive Forum
American Institute of CPA’s

November 4, 2010 – San Francisco, CA

  Social Media Strategies:
What Works and How to Work It

Alliance for Children & Families
November 12, 2010 – ONLINE

Effective Online Communications:
Email, Websites & Social Media

Community Foundation for Monterey County

Monterey County Gives! 2010

November 19, 2010 – Monterey, CA



Social Media Strategies:
What Works and How to Work It
 Alliance for Nonprofit Management
Alliance for Nonprofit Management
December 9, 2010 – ONLINE



Y&HSodaFdn Communications Planning
Y & H Soda Foundation Grantees
December 15, 2010 – Moraga, CA





2009 Training Highlights

VCSCTaking Your Web Presence to the Next Level
Volunteer Center of Sonoma County
November 5, 2009 – Santa Rosa, CA 

Using New Technologies for Community Building
Marin Nonprofit Conference

October 19, 2009 – San Rafael, CA

NTEN Online Nonprofit Technology Conference:
Managing Technology to Meet Your Mission
Managing Online Communications Technology 
w/ Rusty Burwell, 
Vice-President of Data and Technology
for the American Lung Association

September 17, 2009 – online

NCSC092009 North Carolina Statewide Conference
Social Media 201
NC Center for Nonprofits
September 9 -11, 2009 – Concord, NC

Public Radio DM Conference

Marketing and New Media

DEI’s PRDMC 2009

Public Radio Development & Marketing Conference

July 8-10, 2009 – San Diego, CA





Online Engagement, Effective Websites and eCommunications
Alliance for Nonprofit Excellence

June 16 & 18, 2009 – Memphis, Tennessee

AllianceChildFamTechnology for Nonprofit Human Services Leaders
University of Michigan ’s Schools of Social Work and Business
Alliance for Children and Families 8th Annual Executive Leadership Institute (ELI)
May, 2009 – Ann Arbor, MI

Creating Online Evangelists: How to Excite and Motivate Your Supporters
Kivi Leroux Miller
Nonprofit Marketing Guide Information
March 20, 2009 – Online

Making Web Web 2.0 Work For You 
CVNL of Marin
March 19, 2009 – San Rafael, CA 

VCSCEngaging Stakeholders with Web 2.0
Volunteer Center of Sonoma County 
March 5, 2009 – Santa Rosa, CA







Engaging Stakeholders with Web 2.0 FoundationCenter
Foundation Center San Francisco Open House

February 26, 2009 – San Francisco, CA

NTEN Nonprofit Technology Leadership Series
NTEN Nonprofit Technology Leadership Series
January 8 – February 19, 2009  
Thursdays at 11:00am PST/2pm EST – Online Webinar

Select Training Highlights 2008 – 2005

Plenary: Grassroots Environmental Activism 2.0: Online Engagement Essentials

Session: Effective eCommunications
November 14, 2008 – Oakland, CA
Activism 2.0: Tools for Grassroots Environmental Activists
Northern California Environmental Grassroots Fund
& California Wildlands Grassroots Fund 2008 Grantee Convening

Engaging Stakeholders with Web 2.0
November 6, 2008 – Concord, CA
Beyond Heroics: Reinventing Nonprofit Leadership
The CBO Center’s 3rd Annual East Bay Nonprofit Conference

The eNonprofit:  Online Campaigns, Digital Media and Web 2.0
The eNonprofit II: Effective Websites and Making Web 2.0 Work for You
October 9 & 23, 2008 – Oakland, CA

Media Alliance registration

Digital Storytelling and Web 2.0
2008 Statewide Conference – Plenary Session
October 15 -17 – Raleigh, NC

Online Engagement and Web 2.0LCCF Conferencelogo
League of California Community Foundations
2008 Statewide Conference

HFPG_NSPlogoTechnology Essentials & Online Engagement
September 23, 2008 – Hartford, CT
Hartford Foundation for Public Giving – Nonprofit Support Program
Only Hartford-Area nonprofits are eligible

CAP logoThe eNonprofit: Effective Websites, Online Engagement and Web 2.0
Community Action Partnership
August 7, 2008 – Santa Rosa, CA

NTEN Nonprofit Technology Leadership Series
June 11 – July 23 – Online Webinar
NTEN Nonprofit Technology Leadership Series

Information & Communications Technology courseUsfmasthead
June 5 – July 24 – San Francisco, CA
Masters of Nonprofit Administration program
University of San Francisco

Online Campaigns, Digital Storytelling & Web 2.0
June 19, 1pm – 4pm PST
Media Alliance registration – Oakland, CA

Technology Project Planning Summit
May 20 & 21

Managing Nonprofit Technology Projects II– Oakland, CA

AfplogoDigital Storytelling & Web 2.0
AFP Wine Country Chapter
April 23, 2008
– Santa Rosa, CA

Bringing Your Organization to Life through Digital Media and Web 2.0
March 31, 9:30am-11:30am PST

Center for Volunteer and Nonprofit Management of Marin
– San Rafael, CACvnl

The Next Latest Thing: The Future of Tech in Nonprofits   03/2008
presented with Beth Kanter 
NTEN’s National Technology Conference – New Orleans, LA

The eNonprofit: Online Engagement  03/2008
NTEN’s National Technology Conference – New Orleans, LA

So You Want to be a Consultant  03/2008
presented with
Robert Weiner, Eric Leland and Beth Kanter
NTEN’s National Technology Conference – New Orleans, LA

The eNonprofit: Effective Online Campaigns   03/2008
Volunteer Center of Sonoma
Nonprofit Conference – Santa Rosa, CA

UkcircuitriderlogoEffective Technology Advising         03/2008
ICT Hub Circuit Rider Conference 4.0 – Birmingham, England

Bringing Your Organization to Life through Digital Media and Web 2.0     02/2008
ICT Hub Circuit Rider Conference 4.0 – Birmingham, England

Google Analytics       02/2008
Kids Count Network Conference

Idealwarelogo_2Sponsored by the Annie E. Casey foundation
Produced by
San Francisco, CA

Promoting Your Mission Using Technology       02/2008
Marin Community Foundation – FAITHS initiative
Center for Volunteer & Nonprofit Management of MarinMarincf_2
Novato, CA

Effective Online Campaigns       02/2008
Development Executives Roundtable
Oakland, CA

Concepts & Functions of CiviCRM         01-02/2008
American Friends Service Committee
Four 1-hour sessions on CiviCRM & Drupal features, benefits, functions and administration
Online webinar

NTEN Technology Leadership Series        09-10/2007, 01-02/2008
Seven 90 –minute webinars delivering the essential knowledge that non-technical
nonprofit managers need to understand the effective use of technology
Online webinar

Choosing Appropriate Technology        07/2007 Compasspointlogo
Compasspoint Nonprofit Day 2007
San Francisco, CA

Strategic Technology Planning and Budgeting for Nonprofits    05/2007
Community Information Strategies Australia (CISA)-sponsored three full-day trainings
Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide, Australia

Effective Nonprofit Technology Advising        01/2007
UK Circuit Riders Conference 2007
Birmingham, UK

What Every Nonprofit Needs to Know About Technology    08/2006
Listen to the Podcast
Craigslist Foundation Nonprofit Bootcamp, UC Berkeley
Berkeley, CA

Building the eNonprofit: Web, Email and Online Fundraising    2003-2005
Groundspring.org full-day training, various national locations included
New York, Washington, D.C, Philadelphia, Chicago, Atlanta and Seattle

Digging Deeper: Ten Years of Online Fundraising        03/2005
with Ken Weber, President, Network for Good
Chicago, IL – N-TEN National Technology Conference 2005


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FAITHS Partnership Training

I presented "Supporting Your Mission Using Technology" Marincf
on Feb. 15th at the Marin Community Foundation for
their FAITHS partnership. The audience represented houses of worship, religious communities and other faith-based organizations in Marin County.

Many faith-based organizations struggle with being effective online. I am glad to see other foundations with similar initiatives, like the San Francisco Foundation. I enjoy my work with a variety of religious communities, including Bay Area Catholic Sisters, Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur – California and Ohio Provinces, Barsana Dham Hindu Temple and American Friends Service Committee (Quakers).

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Services: Consulting

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Technology Strategies & Implementation

Technology can be very expensive and frustrating. Good planning helps reduce costs and helps you choose effective solutions. I work with organizations to create a technology plan that is aligned with their mission and strategic goals, then help with implementing the plan using effective strategies.

Communication Strategies and Goals

 I help organizations:

  • Create a vision and goals for communication that is aligned with their mission
  • Articulate goals for the organization and for departments, both strategic and operational
  • Describe your online (and offline) goals to help guide communications efforts and specifically redesigning your internet presence

Social Media Strategies 

  • Understand what makes for an effective social media strategy
  • Learn about effective tactics, strategies and principles of social media
  • Utilize social media to broaden your reach and engage stakeholders 

Website & Internet Presence Strategies 

  • Understand what makes for an effective nonprofit website
  • Create a new, improved web presence that is engaging,  interactive and creates action
  • Utilize the web and email to engage your stakeholders and tell your stories

Effective Technology Advising

As a long time consultant I share some helpful frameworks and processes along with facilitating greater professional self-awareness for consultants and other advisors. Improve your consulting practice or your skills as a nonprofit staff member. Go from being “unconsciously competent” to “consciously competent”, better knowing your strengths and areas for improvement. Share experiences and learn from your peers.

CiviCRM Implementation Strategy

The database + website content management system CiviCRM is a free, open source tool specifically built for nonprofits. Learn about the benefits and features of CiviCRM. Get help mapping your current data processes into CiviCRM and utilizing it to full advantage.


“Thank you again for your time this afternoon. 
You are a true blessing and a delight to work with.”

Lou August
Director, IS Development & Partnerships
Save the Children USA

“A great inspiring session – really helped to clarify
what I do, how I do it, and what I want to do….”

Laura Whitehead
UK Nonprofit Technology Consultant
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